Douglas has a busy personal injury practice, both on paper and in court. His work spans:
- Industrial and occupational disease claims.
- RTAs (including where fraud and exaggeration are suspected).
- Occupiers’ liability.
- Highway authorities’ liability.
- Accidents at work.
- Claims against medical professionals.
Douglas offers straightforward and pragmatic advice on prospects, quantum and strategy. As well as being a determined trial advocate, Douglas is alive to the commercial and personal benefits of settlement and has experience of many JSMs, RTMs and mediations.
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- Eastham scholar (Pupillage award, Lincoln’s Inn, 2015)
- Buchanan Prize (BPTC award, Lincoln’s Inn, 2015)
- Berwin Leighton Paisner Prize for best law-school team, Worshipful Company of Arbitrators arbitration competition, 2015 (representing City University)
- Lord Denning scholar (BPTC scholarship, Lincoln’s Inn, 2014)
- Monckton Prize for EU Law (City University, 2014)
- Winner, University of Southampton IV moot (representing Lincoln’s Inn, 2014)
- Lord Bowen scholar (GDL scholarship Lincoln’s Inn, 2013)
- Hardwicke scholar (Entrance award, Lincoln’s Inn, 2013)
- Wellcome scholar (full stipendiary PhD scholarship, KCL, 2010-13)
- Society for the Social History of Medicine bursary (KCL, 2012)
- Arts and Humanities Research Council scholar (MA scholarship, KCL, 2009-10)
- Elizabeth Margaret Dale Cast Prize (top overall degree, UCL, 2009)
- Dean’s List (UCL, 2009)
- Professor Joel Hurstfield Prize (top in 2nd year, UCL, 2008)
- Dolley Prize (top in 1st year, UCL, 2007)
- The Motor Vehicles (Compulsory Insurance) (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2019
- Are liquidated damages payable even when the contractor does not complete the works?
- 2015 – BPTC – City University – Outstanding
- 2014 – GDL – City University – Distinction
- 2013 – PhD History (Portraits of early-modern patients) – King’s College London
- 2010 – MA Early Modern History – King’s College London – Distinction
- 2009 – BA (Hons) History – University College London – First Class (top in year)
- Society of Construction Law