Byron Britton

Profile

Byron grew up and was educated in South Wales, before graduating with a LL.B (2:1) (Honours) from the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth in 1990. He subsequently passed the Law Society Final Examination at the College of Law, Chester with Merit following which he completed Articles and qualified as a Solicitor in 1994. In 1995 he graduated with a Master of Laws, with Merit, from the University of London. In 2008 he was called to the Bar by Middle Temple Inn, and joined Five Paper.

Prior to joining the Bar, Byron Britton spent several years as a senior solicitor with Devonshires Solicitor’s Housing Management Department in the City of London. Prior to that he was a Partner with Steeles Law LLP for several years responsible for their London Property Litigation Team, and prior to that at Hodders, where he completed his Articles. Byron also undertakes consultancy roles for specialist housing law solicitors.

Byron has also spent a period of three months in 2014 in a temporary placement with the in-house Legal Department of Islington London Borough Council, and occasionally undertakes locum work for local authorities, and so has a good understanding of the housing environment.

 

 

 

Description of Practice

Important Cases

Qualifications

Publicly Funded Work / Legal Aid

Litigation Support Services

Public Access

Other Interests