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Housing and Property
(Year of Call 2003)
Joined Chambers: 2005
MA History (Cantab)
CPE/Diploma in Law (City University).
BVC (Inns of Court School of Law).
Timothy Bowe's practice in Housing and Property Law covers both business and residential tenancies in the public and private sector. He deals with all aspects of property law including possession claims, anti-social behaviour, homelessness and disrepair litigation both at court and in an advisory capacity.
Timothy Bowe is an active member of the lecture circuit within chambers and often speaks on all aspects of Housing and Property Law to professionals including the Bar and Solicitors.
Legal 500 2016: "He has a keen intelligence, excellent attention to detail and is an eloquent advocate."
Timothy Bowe has been awarded:
Lapsley Prize for History, Trinity College, University of Cambridge.
Moore Beale Sargeant Mitchell Award, Trinity College, University of Cambridge.
CPE Scholarship, Inner Temple 2001. Duke of Edinburgh Entrance Scholarship, Inner Temple 2002 Major Scholarship, Inner Temple 2002. Sir Joseph Priestly Scholarship, Inner Temple 2003.
Other significant work includes:
Stage at the European Court of Justice, Luxembourg in the Cabinet of the UK Judge Sir Konrad Schiemann, 2004.
Junior Research Assistant, European Team, British Institute of International and Comparative Law, London.
Timothy Bowe lectures in all aspect of Housing and Property Law to professionals (including the Bar and Solicitors) on both an individual and "bespoke" basis as well as through seminars provided each year by Chambers.