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Robert obtained his Graduate Diploma in Law in 2013 and his LPC in 2015. Since then Robert has worked at both the Ministry of Justice and NHS Improvement in advisory and analyst positions.
At NHS Improvement Robert worked alongside Trusts and GP Groups providing healthcare analysis and leading on London-wide estates issues on behalf of the Department of Health and Social Care.
Robert has previous experience in contract law whilst working at a regional law firm in the south of England.
Robert joined Hempsons in 2019 as a trainee and is currently working in the Real Estate Department where his previous experience with NHS estate issues gives him a broader appreciation of the issues landlords and tenants face in the health sector.
- NHS Trusts
- LPC LLM, 2015
- GDL, 2013
- BA (Hons), 2012
Welcome to our latest update for healthcare and medical law - a snapshot of the landmark rulings and a number of other interesting developments in the legal world.
The Supreme Court has now handed down its judgment in the long and sad case of Ecila Henderson v Dorset Healthcare University NHS Foundation Trust. The judgment puts to rest the issue of whether a claimant who has been found guilty of a criminal act can recover damages from the party whose original negligence gave rise to the situation where the claimant was able to commit the criminal act.
In this brief note we provide a short summary of the new Regulations which bring into legal force, the restrictions announced by the Prime Minister on Monday 23 March 2020.