Henry Hawkesworth was called to the bar in 2018 and became a tenant after completion of a successful common law pupillage under the supervision of Henry Trory. He is keen to accept instructions in all areas of Chambers’ practice, and particularly in civil matters.
He has accepted instructions in small claims and in Stage 3 hearings involving legal debate on the correct Part 36 implications of new protocol offers in the Part B form.
He recently gave a CPD presentation to family solicitors based in Scarborough on recent developments in the case law on non-matrimonial assets in ancillary relief proceedings, hosted by Thorpe and co.
He also recently advised on the equity shares and forced sale of a house under TOLATA 1996.
Henry has represented both local authorities and parents in public law family proceedings, and has been instructed in interim matters through to final hearings.
The Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn
City, University of London: BPTC – Outstanding
Oxford Brookes School of Law: GDL – Distinction
King’s College, Cambridge: MA (Music) – 2:1
Twice winner of the Bertram Faulkner Award (University of Cambridge)
Oxford Brookes School of Law Mooting competition: 2nd place