Sam is a solicitor with experience of advising clients on housing issues including possession, disrepair and homelessness. He has a particular interest in judicial review challenges of public body decisions and is also committed to community care law.
He joined the Housing and Social Care team at Osbornes Law, in March 2020, as a newly qualified solicitor.
Sam graduated from the University of Kent in 2014 with a first class honours degree in Law and passed the Legal Practice Course with distinction in 2016. Prior to joining Osbornes Law, he worked as a Housing Advice Caseworker for a charity in Leicester and as a paralegal/trainee in the Housing and Public Law departments at two well-known firms in London.
Sam is fluent in Italian and can muddle through in French. He enjoys playing rugby, hiking and spending time with his friends and family. As part of his love for the outdoors and running around, he has completed the 24 hour Three Peaks challenge and the ‘Fan Dance’ SAS selection race.