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oliver white: Barrister Acting in a Wide Righty of Commercial Disputes

Commercial barrister acting in a wide righty of commercial disputes from banking through to property and landlord contests.

Tell us about yourself?

Qualified qualified in 2001 and have been practising throughout in central London Chambers most recently Littleton Chambers. My practice has been built on the strength of a reputation for fearless and fierce advocacy on behalf of my clients in all commercial disputes.

If you could go back in time a year or two, what piece of advice would you give yourself?

Take on less you work and focus on developing historic and existing clients.

What problem does your business solve?

All matters of commercial disputes whether issued before the court or in anticipation possible litigation

What is the inspiration behind your business?

No inspiration just hard dogged determination. There is simply no substitute for diligence continuity and thoughtful representation in the provision of professional services. This is a underlying work ethic that I have come to recognise as central to the development of a thriving practice.. Above all else the provision of services must be carried out within upmost professionalism and in sensitivity and undivided dedication to your client, be they professional or lay.

What is your magic sauce?

There is simply no substitute for diligence continuity and thoughtful representation in the provision of professional services. This is a underlying work ethic that I have come to recognise as central to the development of a thriving practice.. Above all else the provision of services must be carried out within upmost professionalism and in sensitivity and undivided dedication to your client, be they professional or lay.

What is the plan for the next 5 years? What do you want to achieve?

To continue working as I am with eventual view towards unwinding my professional responsibilities and commitments in the hope and expectation of the retirement before 60 .

What is the biggest challenge you’ve faced so far?

Crossing swords with my regulator and misconception that the integrity of my belief would be enough to prevail. It was not

How do people get involved/buy into your vision?

Preferably a first class degree and then undertaking the bar professional exams and securing a 12 month apprenticeship which is known as a pupilage in my profession. if the applicant is fortunate at the completion that they will be offered a secure place in the chambers they undertook their pupilage in. This is known as a tenancy in my profession and and is the mark of tenure and is accompanied by the the very real changing needs and demands placed upon the individual transferring photos from qualifications and training to the development of one’s own practice.m. realities of having to develop your own practice. .

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