Tom Gibson became a tenant in September 2012 after successfully completing pupillage at Outer Temple Chambers.
He is a former solicitor, having qualified at Magic Circle firm Slaughter and May in 2010 before transferring to the Bar.
Gibson is currently building a common law practice with a particular focus on personal injury and clinical negligence law. During pupillage he was supervised by Nathan Tavares and Cara Guthrie, where he gained experience of a variety of catastrophic personal injury and clinical negligence claims.
Gibson’s current caseload includes a wide range of road traffic, employers’ liability, occupiers’ liability and travel law cases. He has also appeared at inquests.
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Information sourced from the Outer Temple Chambers website.
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