SilkRobin Allen QC Simon Taylor QC Paul Epstein QC Daphne Romney QC Patricia Hitchcock QC Joel Donovan QC Jacques Algazy QC* Caspar Glyn QC Jason Galbraith-Marten QC Rachel Crasnow QC William Latimer-Sayer QC Simon Dyer QC Schona Jolly QC Tom Coghlin QC Ed Williams QC
- JuniorMartin Seaward Philip Engelman Andrew Buchan Declan O’Dempsey Catherine Casserley Yvette Genn Paul Michell John Horan Daniel Lawson Sally Cowen Sally Robertson Martyn McLeish* Lisa Sullivan David Massarella Akua Reindorf Tom Brown Linda Jacobs Claire McCann Anna Beale Adam Ohringer
- PupilAndrew Rhodes (Pupil) Catherine Meenan (Pupil)
- AssociateProf Alan Neal Sir Stephen Sedley Delroy B Duncan Michael Potter Jonathan Mitchell QC Dame Laura Cox Brian Napier QC Prof Anthony Bradley QC
- Practice Areas
Clinical Negligence | Commercial Law | Discrimination & Equality | Employment | Human Rights | Personal Injury | Regulatory | Sport and Entertainment
Jonathan commenced pupillage in October 2017 and was offered tenancy in July 2017. He now accepts instructions in Cloisters' core practice areas.
Jonathan also has experience in personal injury and clinical negligence cases, including acting in fast track trials and assisting with catastrophic injury cases.
Before coming to the Bar, Jonathan undertook a PhD in Politics and International Studies at the University of Cambridge, where his research focused on US politics and foreign policy during the Cold War. He combined his studies with a career as an international track and field athlete, representing England at senior international level in the 800m and finishing 6th in the 1500m at the 2016 UK Olympic Trials. Currently, he referees rugby union at National League level for the RFU.
Gray's Inn, Bedingfield Scholarship for the BPTC (2016)
University of Cambridge Jesus College Foundation Scholarship (2008)
Sir James Knott Bursary (2009)
CHESS PhD Scholarship (2010)
Sir Arthur Marshall Scholarship (2013 and 2014)
Research Awards Gerald R. Ford Foundation Scholarship (2009)
Dwight D. Eisenhower Foundation Scholarship (2011)
Northumbria University Ward Hadaway Prize – best GDL performance by a distance learning student (2015)
Bond Dickinson Prize – best overall GDL performance (2016)
Northumbria Law School Ben Hoare Bell Contribution Roll (2016)
Trinity Chambers Prize – best overall BPTC performance (2017)
Zenith Chambers Prize – best BPTC performance in Opinion Writing (2017)
Northumbria Law School Dean's Award for the BPTC
Appointments and memberships
Personal Injuries Bar Association
Employment Lawyers Association
MPhil, Historical Studies, University of Cambridge, 2009 (Distinction Equivalent)
PhD, Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge 2015
GDL, Northumbria University, 2016 (Distinction)
BPTC, Northumbria University, 2017 (Outstanding)
Publications and training
"Morrisons' Liability for Rogue Employee: an Apple of Discord", PLC Magazine, December 2018
N v C - High value whistleblowing claim against a major investment bank. Significant involvement in trial preparation.
H v E - Successfully acted for the Claimaint in an Employment Tribunal liability hearing in claims for discrimination arising from disability, failure to make reasonable adjustments and unfair dismissal. Significant ongoing loss of earnings claim. Remedy hearing awaited.
Oni v Unison Trade Union  ICR 1111, EAT - Contractual claims against non-employer respondents in employment tribunals (as Tom Coghlin QC's pupil).
Hewes v West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust and ors  EWHC 1345 (QB),  EWHC 2715 (QB) - Summary judgment in clinical negligence claims (as Martyn McLeish's pupil).