Timothy Brennan QC

Biography

Timothy Brennan QC practises public and commercial litigation in the High Court and above and in statutory and domestic tribunals. His main areas of work are tax and other commercial litigation, judicial review and other public law litigation, employment and discrimination. He occasionally accepts instructions outside these fields.

He has particular familiarity with employment remuneration and is frequently engaged in litigation and advice concerning taxation of employment income, remuneration structures, bonuses, employment related securities, third party employment income, employment status, benefits and statutory rights.

Timothy Brennan is authorised to sit as a Deputy High Court Judge in the Queen's Bench Division, the Administrative Court and the Chancery Division. He sits as a Recorder in the Crown Court. He has also been a part-time Judge of the Employment Appeal Tribunal.

He is a contributing editor of Harvey on Industrial Relations and Employment Law (LexisNexis).

Year Qualified

1981

Year appointed QC

2001

Education

Olchfa School, Swansea, Atkin Scholar of Gray's Inn, Balliol College, Oxford

Memberships

COMBAR, ELBA, ELA, RBA, London Welsh Lawyers, Trustee of London Welsh Association