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Admas was called to the bar in 2014. His supervisors during pupillage were James Maurici QC, Dan Kolinsky QCGuy Williams and Toby Watkin. Admas spent the 2015/16 judicial year as the judicial assistant to Lord Neuberger, President of the Supreme Court, where he worked on permission to appeal applications and appeals across a wide range of areas. He took up tenancy in Chambers following his year as a judicial assistant. 

Admas accepts instructions in all areas of Chambers’ work. He has appeared led and unled in the High Court, County Court, Magistrates’ Court (on rating and planning matters) and in planning inquiries. 

Further detail as to Admas’ experience is provided in the links below. 

Prior to converting to law, Admas graduated from the University of Warwick. He carried out postgraduate law studies as a Thouron Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where he graduated joint 1st in his year. Prior to joining Landmark, Admas carried out public international law research for the Legal Adviser to the UN Special Envoy to Syria and worked as a caseworker for the UN Refugee Agency in Jordan. He speaks fluent Arabic. 

Admas is a member of ILA, HRLA, ALBA, ILPA, UKELA and CHBA.

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