Formerly a litigation solicitor with a leading City of London firm, Adrian transferred to the bar in 1998. His practice covers wills, probate and trusts, real property, landlord and tenant, mortgages, claims against the Police and defamation. As a former solicitor, he has frequently appeared in costs cases, including in the Court of Appeal. He is an experienced advocate, and also has a substantial advisory practice.
Adrian is a barrister in England & Wales, Gibraltar and the BVI.
Adrian is qualified to accept instructions under the Bar Council Public Access scheme.
One Money Mail Limited v Ria Financial Services  EWCA Civ 1084
Day v. Day (costs) (Ct. App.)  C. P. Rep. 35, 103 (13) L. S. G. 23
 EWHC 862 (QB)
Salekipour and Saleem v Parmar  EWCA Civ 2141  Q.B. 833
Adrian Davies is interviewed by Lexis Nexis on his success in the matter of Salekipour and Saleem v Parmar in the Court of Appeal, read here.
MA Modern Languages (Jesus College, Cambridge)
LLM (University College London)
General Civil and Commercial Litigation
Landlord & Tenant
Trusts of Land including Property of Cohabitees; Resulting &
Constructive Trusts; Proprietary Estoppel; Undue Influence.
Wills, Probate and Trusts
Breach of Confidence
Civil Actions against the Police
Fluent in French and Croatian
Chancery Bar Association
Professional Negligence Bar Association
A Barrister in England & Wales, Gibraltar and the BVI.
Swiss and Belgian clients
Worked in Paris
Six years as a Solicitor at Slaughter & May