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Harrison Edmonds

Year of call 2021, Gray’s Inn  

Areas of Expertise
Business and Property Group, Tax & Duties


Following the successful completion of his pupillage under the supervision of David Gilchrist and Robert Darbyshire, Harrison joined the Business and Property Group in March 2024. He accepts instructions across the broad range of commercial and property work that the Group undertakes and already has experience of the following areas:

  • Wills and Contentious Probate
  • Real Property
  • Commercial Disputes
  • Business Tenancies
  • Residential Tenancies
  • Insolvency
  • Construction
  • Consumer Finance and general consumer law, including Consumer Credit Act Claims
  • Tax

Harrison is a member of the Attorney General’s Junior Junior Scheme. He was recently led by Joanna Vicary in the First Tier Tax Tribunal in the case of WDL v HMRC, a VAT claim involving a claim for tax in excess of - a matter valued in excess of £8,000,000.

Before being called to the Bar and returning to Manchester, Harrison worked in London as a paralegal at Signature Litigation LLP, a specialist law firm handling major and complex commercial arbitration and litigation in the High Court.


Attorney General’s Junior Junior Scheme

Scholarships and Prizes

Prince of Wales Scholarship (Gray’s Inn)
David Karmel Award (Gray’s Inn)
Advocacy Award (BPP University)
Excellence Award (BPP University)
Postgraduate Scholarship (City Law School)
Scholarship (University College, University of Oxford)
Exhibition (University College, University of Oxford)


The Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn (Member)


BA (Hons) in History, University College, Oxford (First Class)
MSt in Medieval History, University College, Oxford (Distinction)
GDL, City, University of London
BPTC, BPP University

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