Michael Tomlinson is regularly instructed to advise and act in a range of work that is encompassed within the Property and Chancery Group.
In particular, Michael works in the following areas:
Michael has a broad and busy property related practice. He is frequently instructed to attend mediations, especially in cases involving trespass to land and neighbour disputes.
Michael’s Landlord & Tenant work includes representing local authorities, social housing landlords and individuals in a range of cases, from straightforward possession hearings and applications for forfeiture to succession claims and applications for anti-social behaviour injunctions.
Michael is a member of the Property Bar Association.
BA Classics (Hons) (London)
Postgraduate Diploma in Law (College of Law)
The Malcolm Memorial Prize for Advocacy (College of Law, 2002)
The Sachs Prize (Middle Temple, 2002)
Rosamund Smith Mooting Cup (Middle Temple, 2002)
Queen Mother Scholarship (Middle Temple, 2001)