Barrister at Law
Called 2005 (Gray’s Inn)
Rhys is a qualified direct access barrister who joined Chambers in August 2011. Originally from Pontypridd, he studied history at Cambridge before completing a graduate law degree
Personal Injury & Travel Litigation
Rhys acts for both Claimants and Defendants in all aspects of personal injury litigation, including cases involving animals and those with a jurisdictional element such as travel litigation and injuries on airplanes and boats.
He has significant experience of Coroner’s courts and will provide representation at inquests with or without a jury.
Rhys accepts instructions from Claimants and Defendants and advises in all aspects of civil litigation including:
- Contract disputes including landlord and tenant law
- Breach of Contract
- Sale of Goods Act and the Sale and Supply of Goods Act
- Credit Hire and damage claims
- Boundary disputes
- Matters arising from insolvency and debt
Rhys has extensive experience in acting for drivers prosecuted for a wide range of motoring offences and has a good understanding of this surprisingly complex area of law.
Rhys has previously been involved in a number of cases involving complex areas of employment law, including issues arising under European discrimination legislation, TUPE and Employment Appeals Tribunal costs matters.
Rhys accepts instructions in a wide range of Public and Private Law Children Act matters and in Financial Order applications.
Rhys Johns is a barrister registered with Bar Standards Board of England and Wales. He is a sole practitioner and has professional liability insurance provided by the Bar Mutual Indemnity Fund Ltd., Bar Mutual Management Company, 90 Fenchurch Street, London EC3M 4ST www.barmutual.co.uk. Bar Mutual provides cover for claims brought anywhere in the world.
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