George Heath

Barrister | Called 2021

Danae Larham


George joined as a full member of Chambers following the successful completion of his Pupillage under the supervision of Christopher O’Gorman.

Prior to joining Chambers, George worked as a specialist advocate for a large multi-service firm representing clients in Family Law Act and Children Act proceedings. This followed his work as a Prison Law Advocate representing Clients’ before the Parole Board of England and Wales.

He ensures that client care, thorough preparation and fairness are at the forefront of his practise.

George accepts instructions across all areas of practise.


  • Barrister Training Course, Nottingham Law School (Very Competent)
  • Bachelor of Laws (LLB), University of Nottingham (2:1)

George’s expertise

Civil Law

George continues to accept instructions in Civil matters including Small Claims Trials and directions hearings.

Criminal Law

George is regularly instructed in the Crown Court and for privately-funded Magistrates Court matters as part of his Criminal Practice. He undertakes both Defence and Prosecution work. He is adept at representing Clients either during preliminary hearings or in trials.

Family Law

George is regularly instructed in Family Law proceedings. This includes complex Children Act, Family Law Act, Care and Financial Remedy proceedings.

He frequently deals with cases which involve allegations of domestic abuse. He frequently represents Client’s in Finding of Fact Hearings and contested Final Hearings. In Financial Remedy Proceedings, he is commonly instructed to deal with Directions and Dispute Resolution Appointments.

Professional Memberships
  • West Midlands Family Law Bar Association
  • CPS Crown Court General Crime Panel – Level 1
  • Advocate Panel Member

Lord Denning Scholar, The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn

Taylor Prize for Outstanding Academic Contribution, Nottingham Law School