Dominic is an associate in the Business Crime department.
Dominic joined the firm in 2019, having previously trained and qualified at an international law firm in the City. During this time, he worked on a variety of white collar crime and regulatory matters. These included internal investigations on behalf of clients in the pharmaceutical and telecoms industries; criminal defence work for a client in the energy sector; and an instruction by the Law Society in its intervention in the Court of Appeal in ENRC v SFO.
During his training contract, he was also heavily involved in pro-bono within the firm, most notably championing its support of the charity The Schools Consent Project. He also spent six months on a pro-bono secondment, which was split evenly between human rights and civil liberties group Liberty and the charity Reprieve. At Liberty, among other matters, Dominic worked on a judicial review case against an NHS trust and a civil claim against the Midlands police. At Reprieve, Dominic worked extensively on an application to the UK National Referral Mechanism in order for a beneficiary of the charity, incarcerated in Pakistan, to be recognised as a victim of human trafficking.
Dominic previously worked at Peters & Peters as a paralegal and notably attended the first three LIBOR trials brought at the Southwark Crown Court by the SFO. Dominic studied law after graduating from the University of Leeds where he read French and Classical Literature.