Peter has been closely associated with JD Spicer Zeb since 2014, becoming a permanent member of staff in 2016. He has worked in the Criminal Justice system for a number of years in various roles. He brings to JD Spicer Zeb much valued expertise and a wealth of experience in procedure and criminal law.
He gained a qualifying law degree at the College of Law and passed the Legal Practice Court at the University of Law. He is an accredited police station advisor, gaining this qualification at Cardiff University.
Peter’s extensive experience and his belief in preserving the legal rights of the individual are attributes which have enhanced the firm’s reputation. He is dedicated to the mission of ensuring clients are given the best advice and service. He is regarded by clients and opponents alike for the skilful and professional manner with which he conducts his work.
Known for having an assured, calm and persuasive manner, Peter’s daily appearances in the police stations have gained him a reputation for being a passionate and effective advisor.
He has represented many clients facing the full range of criminal allegations. He is a positively reassuring figure in his pivotal role of representing clients and providing legal advice at the Police Station.
- University of Law – LPC 2010-2012
- College of Law – Law (LLB) 2nd class Honours 2005-2009.
- Paralegal at JD Spicer Zeb - 2014-2017
- Various roles within the Criminal Justice System - 1977-2014
Membership & Appointments:
- London Criminal Courts Solicitors Association. (LCCSA)
Outside of JD Spicer Zeb Peter enjoys researching the 1st World War, a conflict in which a number of his relatives were killed in action in the Royal Flying Corps, and Kings Rifles, respectively.