Thomas is instructed across the full spectrum of matrimonial finance and private law children matters.
He has a particular interest in cases involving agreements between parties, having co-written the Rayden and Jackson chapter on agreements with Nicholas Cusworth QC.
Thomas is now building a broad family law practice with a particular emphasis on cases with an international element. He was instructed as junior counsel in Chai v Peng  2 FLR 412 and 424, a two-week trial in the High Court concerning issues estoppel, jurisdiction, and forum conveniens.
Financial remedies and private children law.
Chai v Peng (Estoppel: Foreign Judgment) (No1)  2 FLR 412
Chai v Peng (Jurisdiction: Forum Conveniens) (No2)  2 FLR 424
Thomas is a contributor to Rayden and Jackson.
- Family Law Bar Association
- Affiliate Member of Resolution
- The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple
- Redruth School
- Keble College, University of Oxford (Philosophy, Politics and Economics)
- Oxford Brookes University (GDL)
- Kaplan Law School (BPTC)
Prior to coming to the Bar, Tom spent three years as a full-time athlete training out of the GB Rowing High Performance Centre at Leander Club, Henley-on-Thames. He can still, on occasion, be spotted paddling through Hammersmith Bridge with Thames RC.