Johnny is a senior commercial litigation and disputes lawyer.
Upon graduation from university, Johnny served as an officer in the British army for several years. During this period Johnny obtained his law degree. Upon leaving the army, Johnny qualified as a solicitor.
Johnny has enjoyed a wide range of experience practising law. He qualified in a city firm with a focus on private client work, and then worked in a High Street firm which involved Johnny cutting his teeth on a large Magistrates Court case load – great training for a young disputes lawyer. From that Johnny moved to a boutique corporate firm in Manchester, and from there to a regional firm in Wales, which involved primarily property and trusts work. Johnny then went out to Libya to set up the first office for an international law firm in the country immediately after the 2011 Arab Spring. Johnny relocated back to UK in 2015 and now practises exclusively commercial litigation across a broad range of disputes, through BoothLaw and his own practice.