Allan Armbrister

Year of call:

1984

Education:

1979 - Manchester Polytechnic, Diploma in Law for Magistrates' Court Clerks

1983 - Leicester Polytechnic, BA Law

1988 - Derbyshire College of Higher Education, Diploma in Management Studies

Career:

1975 - Deputy clerk to the Nuneaton justices, Warwickshire

1988 - Deputy clerk to the Leeds justices

1994 - Clerk to the Teesside justices at Middlesbrough

2001 - Tenant at Trent Chambers, Nottingham

2008 - Tenant at 39 Park Square, Leeds

2012 - Tenant at No 6, Leeds

2015 - No 6 becomes Park Square Barristers

Appointments:

1997–2000 - Chair of the Human Rights Committee, Justices' Clerks' Society

1998-2000 - Member of the Lord Chancellor's Project Board for the implementation of the Human Rights Act

Cleveland and North Yorkshire Criminal Justice Committee

Memberships:

North Eastern Circuit

Associate Member of the Justices' Clerks' Society

Allan Armbrister was involved in the introduction of the Children Act in the magistrates’ courts and has shown a keen interest in family law ever since.

He appears for all parties in public-law proceedings, but is particularly involved in finding-of-fact hearings dealing with unexplained injuries, serious sexual offences and violence. His criminal law background equips him to approach cases with detailed forensic examination and presentation of the evidence, and a thorough examination of professional and expert witnesses.

“Allan deals with young and vulnerable witnesses with great tact, understanding and firmness.”

Contact Allan’s clerks

Claudine Cooper on 0113 202 8604

Paul Foster on 0113 213 5209