Tom joined Bray & Krais in 2018, working as a part-time paralegal while completing an MA in Law with a research focus on artificial intelligence and copyright. He qualified at the firm in March 2022.
During his training contract, Tom gained extensive litigation and dispute resolution experience working on two high-profile copyright infringement cases. He has attended two high court trials, interlocutory hearings and mediations, working closely with Bray & Krais’ dispute resolution team and Counsel.
Tom combines a background as a musician and in artist management with his wide-ranging legal training to provide first-hand insight and experience when advising clients.
Bray & Krais are delighted to have been named in The Times’ “Best Law Firms 2023” as one of the top three law firms in the Entertainment and Sport sector. Based on recommendations...