Geoffrey is a civil litigation specialist with Higher Rights since 1994.
He obtained an MA at Cambridge University where he studied philosophy and law and was an Exhibitioner. He sat as a deputy District Judge for 10 years. He has all the attributes of a good litigator: a quick analytical mind, an ability to assimilate complex and voluminous factual detail, the capacity for meticulous preparation, an eye for the hidden point. He is very experienced. He counts success not only on winning cases but limiting the loss and exposure of defendants. He has appeared on television on legal issues.
10 Jun 2021
Bambos Tsiattalou writes in The Times re the recent GCHQ mass data interception ECHR ruling
Partner Bambos Tsiattalou examines in The Times the recent European Court of Human Rights ruling in relation to GCHQ’s data interception practices. A version of Bambos’s article was published in The Times, 10 June 2021, […]
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