Paul Fuller

Paul Fuller

Called: 2021

Probationary Tenancy

Practice Profile

Paul was called to the Bar in 2021, having spent the last 14 years training and practising as a solicitor in London and Kent.


Having obtained Higher Rights of Audience in 2015, Paul went on to head up a busy dispute resolution team at a Legal 500 ranked firm with offices across Kent.


Paul has acted for blue-chip companies, high-net-worth individuals, charitable trusts, various universities and several top law firms.


Paul was recognised in the In the 2021 and 2022 editions of Legal 500 editorial, as an ‘ADR Specialist’. and for being ‘tenacious in his approach’.


Paul has a self confessed love for advocacy and transferred to the Bar to continue to ply his skills as a barrister.

Commercial Debt Recovery, Commercial Property Litigation, Landlord and Tenant Disputes, Construction Disputes, Insolvency Litigation, Personal Injury and Contentious Probate.

University of Sussex BSc (Joint Honors) – Physics and Law.

Nottingham Law School – Legal Practice Course.

Kaplan Law School – Higher Rights of Audience.

German (Basic).

Solicitors Association of Higher Court Advocates.

University of Sussex/DMH Stallard Mooting Competition – Runner up.

Competing in and judging CrossFit competitions, reading (mainly fiction), paddle-boarding, gardening and traveling.

This set comes recommended for its members' expertise in children and matrimonial finance matters. The children cases range across both public and private law work, and include those concerning non-accidental injury, sexual abuse and fabricated illness. On the financial side, the set's barristers demonstrate the ability to act in substantial financial remedies cases as well as Schedule 1 and TOLATA matters.

~ Chambers UK Bar Guide 2020

Stour Chambers has 'a range of barristers at different levels suited for different cases'. Members continue to be instructed in complex multi-day cases in the public law space, where it provides 'expert counsel' across Kent and further afield involving non-accidental injury, sexual abuse and extreme neglect. On the family finance front, Elizabeth Spence is a go-to barrister for high-value cases with issues of minority shareholdings and opponents deploying hostile litigation tactics.

~ Legal 500 Bar Guide 2021

Latest News

  • 21 Oct 2021
    We are delighted to be ranked in Chambers and Partners The Bar Guide 2022 edition
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  • 04 Oct 2021
    We welcome two new pupils Nida Ali and Albert Gibbon
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  • 04 Oct 2021
    We are delighted to welcome James Hankinson to the team.
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