Justin is a barrister specialising in media and intellectual property, particularly copyright and trade marks. His work is primarily in the field of music and branding and he has significant experience of copyright licensing, enforcement and valuation.
Justin attended Lincoln College, Oxford (BA in Jurisprudence) 1991 and Nottingham University (LLM in International Law) 1993. He was called to the Bar in 1994, joined GSC in 1997 and was appointed Head of IP Litigation in 2002. He is a member of the Bar European Group.back to profiles
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