Aristide Hoang-Brown joined chambers as a tenant in September 2023 following the successful completion of his pupillage.

Aristide has a mixed practice in housing, family, civil, employment and public law.

In housing, Aristide advises, drafts statements of case for and represents tenants, private landlords, local authorities and housing associations in contentious and non-contentious matters, including in possession proceedings, disrepair claims, access and anti-social behaviour injunctions and proceedings where Equality Act issues are engaged. He also has experience representing both claimants and defendants in committal proceedings for breaches of injunctions.

Aristide’s family law practice encompasses domestic violence injunctions, public and private Children Act proceedings. He has been instructed in proceedings concerning international relocation and exceptional circumstances under s.9(7) Children Act 1989. Aristide brings an empathetic approach to cases and draws upon his considerable pre-pupillage family law experience to assist in complex and emotionally-charged matters.

Aristide has experience across a broad spectrum of civil matters, including contractual disputes, personal injury, RTA/credit hire, bankruptcy proceedings, and interim applications.

In his employment practice, Aristide drafts pleadings and represents individuals in the employment tribunal including in relation to claims of unfair dismissal and discrimination under the Equality Act 2010.

Aristide accepts instructions in all of chambers’ practice areas.

If you would like more information about Aristide’s practice, please contact his clerks or call +44 (0)20 7405 6114.

Previous advocacy experience

Before pupillage, Aristide worked as a County Court advocate. He conducted more than 200 hearings, including small claims trials, possession hearings and interim applications.

He also worked as a paralegal for 18 months in a busy family law firm. This role included court advocacy in Family Law Act and Children Act proceedings and representing parents at Local Authority Public Law Outline (PLO) meetings.

Aristide was also a volunteer with Support Through Court.


  • Barrister Training Course (BPP Holborn) 2020-2021, Distinction/Outstanding
  • LLB Law (SOAS, University of London) 2015-2018, 2:1


  • Middle Temple State School Scholarship (2020)  for the Barrister Training Course (BTC)
  • Middle Temple Blackstone Entrance Exhibition (2020) for the BTC
  • Edmond Fung Prize for Best Performance in Commercial Law (2018)