James Finch

Year of Call 2011

Professional Practice

James completed pupillage with us at 29 Bedford Row in September 2012 having been supervised by Ken Collins, Nick Allen and Indira Ramsahoye in the course of that year.

James is now building a mixed practice within chambers, specialising in matrimonial finance and private law children work.

James has also appeared in ToLATA and Schedule One matters involving the disputes between former cohabitees, both with children and without.

  • Recommendations

    "Extremely impressive advocate who is quick to grasp the complexities of a case and has an excellent manner with clients."
    Izzy Walsh – Moss Fallon
  • Publications and Lecturing

    • An introduction to Family Law Act 1996 and Section 8 Children Act applications
    • Practical guidance on drafting of documents in financial remedy cases
    • The law and procedure in relation to void/voidable marriages and obtaining a nullity in relation thereto
  • Personal Information

    James studied Jurisprudence (Law) at Pembroke College, Oxford before completing the BPTC in the year after his graduation.

    Outside work, James enjoys sport - he represents the South Eastern Juniors at golf and keeps up his cricket and rugby alongside. Off the pitch/course he fills his time with friends and visits to the theatre.

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