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Gregory Horne
Trainee, Disputes & Litigation
  • Profile
    Gregory has interests in a wide variety of work and has volunteered with groups advocating for workers in employment law, representing the homeless in housing court, and advising parents in family court.

    He has a particular interest in civil liberties work and hopes to develop this in his further career.

  • Background
    Gregory decided to practice law whilst doing his A levels. He volunteered with an advocacy organisation representing those with learning difficulties and saw the need for clear compassionate communication with people in the most difficult parts of their life.

    He graduated from Christ Church, Oxford with a 2:1. I then undertook and completed the BPTC at University of Law London achieving a VC. he is now studying the LPC also with University of Law.

    Gregory has volunteered with a wide array of groups, some legally based, others not so. he then worked briefly at Audley Chaucer a small high street firm dealing with a wide range of practice areas.

  • Achievements
    Master of Mooting for the Mansfield Society. This involved organising, supervising and clerking moots judged by the President of the Queen’s Brench, Sir Brian Leveson, and others.

    Secretary for Lincoln’s Inn Student Association.
    Selected by practicing barristers to compete in the King’s College and London Open debating competitions on behalf of Lincoln Inn

    Invited to join Lincoln Inn’s Diversity and Equality Steering Group and instrumental in writing their EDI policy.
    Gregory expects to be called to the Bar very soon.

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