Ryan Turner

Biography

Called to the Bar in 2016, Ryan previously worked as a paralegal at regional and global law firms in corporate and private client departments. He has also acted as an advocate for the Communities Empowerment Network, representing secondary school pupils at risk of permanent exclusion.

Ryan presently takes instructions in all of Chambers' practice areas, including commercial, property and personal injury disputes. He regularly appears in the County Court in trials and interlocutory applications and has an active court-based practice.

Ryan has been involved in several disputes arising out of large national and international infrastructure projects. He is familiar with a broad range of standard form and bespoke contracts used for such projects, including the JCT, NEC and FIDIC forms. Ryan also has experience in claims brought by or against the National House Building Council, the market-leading insurer and warranty provider for new-build and refurbished properties in the UK.

Areas of Practice

Dispute Resolution
Construction
Commercial

Year Qualified

2016

Education

LLB (Hons) King’s College, London 2014
BPTC (Outstanding), The University of Law 2016

Memberships

Hall Committee Member, Middle Temple
Society of Construction Law