BOUTIQUE
LAW PRACTICE

Specializing in Art Law, Music Law, Defamation & Media Law, Animal Rights, and General Civil Litigation

 

 

PRACTICE
AREAS

ART LAW

 

Advice for artists, galleries, purchasers and investors, litigation, ADR

MUSIC LAW

Advice for musicians, IP protection, contracts, litigation, ADR

MEDIA LAW

 

Intellectual property protection, licensing and assignment, privacy and confidentiality, injunctions

DEFAMATION

 

Libel, slander, malicious falsehood, pre-publication advice, litigation, ADR

ANIMAL RIGHTS

 

Animal welfare cases, defence of activists, advice for campaign groups, public law, private prosecutions

CIVIL LITIGATION

 

Advice and Representation for Claimants and Defendants at all level of court hearings

Glass Buildings
 

VIDEOS

CIVIL LITIGATION

DEFAMATION & MEDIA LAW

ART LAW

ANIMAL RIGHTS

MUSIC LAW
MISCELLANY
 
 

CONTACT

COACH HOUSE

CHAMBERS

OUR ADDRESS

No. 2 The Coach House

Wheal Golden Drive

Truro

Cornwall

TR1 3FZ

T: 07948 068853

E: alan@coachhousechambers.com

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BARRISTER PROFILE

Alan Robertshaw was called to the Bar in October 1997. 

 

Formerly at No.1 Dr. Johnson's Buildings and then Goldsmith Chambers, where he remains a door tenant, he moved to Cornwall in 2008.​  

 

He specialises in civil litigation and is authorised by the Bar Standards Board to accept direct public access work and to conduct litigation.

Passionate about animal rights and a keen lover of art and music Alan very much enjoys taking cases in these fields.

 

Alan is a founder member of the Association of Military Court Advocates and a member of the Society of English and American Lawyers.

 

With extensive experience of military law and media law, Alan has acted in numerous courts martial and was a lecturer at the Ministry of Defence Specialist Training School; he also provided pre-publication advice to national newspapers.

Alan enjoys writing legal articles.​  He was the presenter of "Legally Speaking" on Radio Exeter and has made frequent appearances on BBC Radio Cornwall for legal debate and discussion.