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 deals with regulatory breaches, particularly in the areas of animal-welfare law and care homes.

Allan has considerable experience of taxi-licensing matters, and has appeared regularly in hearings for both local authorities or applicants in complex cases concerning the grant, suspension and revocation of hackney carriage and private-hire licences.

Allan will also undertake disciplinary allegations in respect of sporting organisations, including motorsport tribunal hearings (having been a motorsport competitor himself).

Contact Allan’s clerk

Madeleine Gray on 0113 202 8603