Tom Street studied law at the University of Manchester and qualified as a Solicitor in January 2003, having trained at a private practice, opposite the Royal Courts of Justice in Chancery Lane. Tom cut his teeth on litigious work in the High Court around the various London County Courts and Employment Tribunals. During this time, Tom worked on cases in the Court of Appeal, the House of Lords and even a case which was referred to the European Court of Justice in Brussels.
In 2003, Tom took up a position at a niche dispute resolution practice in the City of London, where, amongst other things, he represented a number of victims of the Ladbroke Grove rail crash, gaining invaluable experience of complex personal injury claims in the High Court and in particular a fatal accident claim believed to be the highest value in English Legal History.
In 2005, Tom started a family and moved to the South West where he is now based.
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