Mark Green accepts instructions in most principal areas of Chambers’ practice with a focus on Employment and Restrictive Covenants. He also regularly deals with cases involving Contract, Personal Injury and Public and Regulatory law.
Mark appears frequently in the Employment Tribunal, Employment Appeal Tribunal, High Court and County Court.
Before coming to the Bar, Mark taught in schools both in the Midlands and in Rome. He also worked as an intern for the World Health Organisation, Geneva in the field of Bioethics. He was the Guardian Young Travel Journalist of the Year in 2001.
He is on the Attorney General’s ‘C’ Panel and holds DV security clearance, having worked for the Foreign Office and Ministry of Defence on the Guantanamo Bay litigation and similar claims.
Solicitor clients say:
‘Mark is an excellent barrister who I have no hesitation in recommending. His technical ability is superb and the content of his written opinions is always spot on. My clients have all praised Mark's ability in the Tribunal and he is always able to build a quick rapport with them’
‘Mark has provided some excellent advice to some of my clients, all of whom have sung his praises. He’s a great advocate, works hard and is very responsive, which helps enormously with Tribunal litigation.’
Lay clients say:
‘A personal note of thanks…you had just the right personality to help her stay calm and it was like theatre watching you in the courtroom’
‘How could I doubt a flawless performance like that! Thank you very much for all your hard work yesterday. Your patience and negotiating skill was admirable….I am delighted and pleased that we were left in your capable hands.’
‘Mr Green did outstanding work not only in winning the case but in his whole manner with us and our daughter…We owe Mr Green a sincere debt of thanks and would recommend him unreservedly to anyone seeking the services of a Barrister’