Harrison began pupillage in September 2023. In the non-practising period of his pupillage, Harrison focused on family, housing and property law. He has also undertaken research on freezing injunctions, committal for contempt, agency and banking law, and appellate costs.

Harrison has a background in charity and youth education work. As a national charity director from 2020-22, he led a successful campaign to persuade government to change Covid regulations for residential youth activities.

He has a First Class degree in History from St Hugh’s College, University of Oxford, and won the HWC Davis Award in his first year for the highest mark across the university.

Harrison accepts instructions in all of chambers’ practice areas.

Education

  • Bar Vocational Studies  (City, University of London) 2022 – 2023,  Distinction
  • Graduate Diploma in Law (City, University of London) 2021 – 2022, Distinction
  • BA History (University of Oxford, St Hugh’s College) 2017 – 2020, First Class

Awards

  • Certificate of Honour awarded by Middle Temple (2023)
  • South Square Scholarship for BVS awarded by Middle Temple (2022)
  • City Law School Scholarship for Academic Excellence (2022)
  • Astbury Scholarship for GDL awarded by Middle Temple (2021)
  • W.C. Davis Award for highest mark (76 average) across university cohort (240 students) in 1st year examinations (Prelims) (2018)

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