Education: BA (Hons) University College London, Law Diploma University of the West of England.
Area of Practice: Criminal Law and Civil Law
Joss is a crime specialist with experience in both Crown and Magistrates' Court trials. Also experienced in civil cases including contract, personal injury, bankruptcy and possession claims.
After studying Philosophy at University College London Joss qualified as a pensions and shares Solicitor with Osborne Clarke. He was called to the bar in 2006 and started his pupillage with Walnut House that same year; becoming a member of chambers in 2007.
Joss prosecutes and defends at all levels of court across a broad range of offences including serious drug offences and serious assaults. He also appears to prosecute and defend in more specialist areas (local authority work, Food Standards, the Environment Agency and prison adjudications)
Joss undertakes a broad range of civil matters including contract; bankruptcy and possession claims. Additionally he has a great deal of experience of cases involving mobile homes and represent both occupiers and site owners.
Cases of Note:
R-v-W Defending in a multi-handed trial for offences contary to environmental protection legislation; involving complex legal argument interpreting European case law.
R-v-M Defending offence of possession with intent to supply heroin.
R-v-P Defending client accused of offences contary to S.18 of OAP Act.
R-v-D Prosecuting offences of possession with intent to supply "crack" cocaine.
Member of the Personal Injury Bar Association
Joss is accredited to perform public access work.