Dominik joined Queen Square Chambers in October 2018 following the successful completion of the Bar Professional Training Course at the University of the West of England where he achieved the result of ‘Outstanding’. He completed pupillage under the supervision of Richard Carron, Robin Shellard, and James Tucker, and became a tenant at Queen Square Chambers in September 2019.
Dominik has been praised by many of his lay and professional clients as well as members of the judiciary for his personable, empathetic, and down-to-earth approach. He is excellent at dealing with clients from a number of different backgrounds and is skilled at advocating a client’s case in a professional, concise, and persuasive manner. Dominik has considerable experience with sensitive and complicated matters, both in relation to Family and Criminal Law, and regularly represents and advises vulnerable and victimised individuals in a variety of matters.
2017 – 2018: Bar Professional Training Course (UWE) – Outstanding.
2016 – 2017: Master of Laws in Human Rights Law (Bristol) – Distinction.
2013 – 2016: Bachelor of Laws (UWE) – First Class Degree.
Lord Denning Major BPTC Scholarship (Lincoln’s Inn).
Hubert Greenland Scholarship (Lincoln’s Inn).
Buchanan Prize (Lincoln’s Inn).
Best Performance in the Human Rights Law LLM Pathway (University of Bristol).
Second Year Lyons Davidson Mooting Prize (UWE).
Oxford University Press Law Prize (UWE).
Oxford University Press Legal Method Prize (UWE).
Stanley Cartledge Memorial Award (UWE).
Dominik enjoys a vast amount of films and cinematic productions. He also enjoys playing golf on a regular basis at a variety of different golf courses. He is a strong technical rock climber and attends regular rock-climbing outings to the Dorset coast and South Wales. Dominik is also a qualified PADI Open Water Scuba Diver and attends regular dives both inland and along the South West coast.