Bruno Gil

Year of call 2014

CClerk

Jack Wheeler
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Bruno accepts instructions in all areas of Chambers’ work, offering the full range of advocacy, advisory and drafting services. Bruno has a particular focus on employment, clinical negligence, personal injury and professional regulation. He also accepts public law briefs and has been instructed in a number of judicial reviews.

Further detail of Bruno’s work can be found under the relevant headings below.

Before coming to the Bar, Bruno enjoyed a successful career in management and operations for a global high-end restaurant group, allowing him to hone excellent client care skills.

In addition, having previously worked as a paralegal (between law school and the commencement of pupillage), and having now been on secondment as in-house counsel within a large respondent employment firm, Bruno is particularly aware of the demands placed upon his professional client.

Before commencing his legal studies, Bruno read for a BSc and MSc in biological sciences.

During his professional training (BPTC), Bruno won three national advocacy competitions, including the BPP National BPTC Mooting Competition, judged by Lord Neuberger in the Supreme Court. He attained a further prize in an international mediation tournament held in Chicago in 2013. Bruno was awarded the Lord Denning Scholarship and Lord Brougham Scholarship from Lincoln’s Inn.

Testimonial

“Well prepared and eloquent, Bruno is an exceptional all round advocate who possesses the intelligence and flexibility to adapt a case to changing circumstances in court. In addition to his outstanding presentational skills, Bruno upholds an admirable level of client care and is adept at guiding individual claimants through the difficult and stressful tribunal process. Highly recommended.”

 
Mark Alaszewski

Thompsons Solicitors


Bruno regularly appears in the Employment Tribunal for trials and interlocutory hearings, acting for both employers and employees (individuals and trade union members) across a wide range of industries, in both the public and private sector. Bruno has particular experience in the healthcare industry. He has also been instructed in matters in the Employment Appeal Tribunal.

In addition, Bruno regularly provides drafting and advisory services, both for claimants and respondents. He also accepts instructions to carry out investigations on behalf of employers, having carried out internal investigations for 4 separate employers to date.

Bruno’s experience in employment matters pre-dates his call, having previously volunteered with the Free Representation Unit, the Employment Law Telephone Advice Line and Islington Law Centre. Bruno continues to provide pro bono services with the Employment Litigants in Person Service and the Bar Pro Bono Unit.


Bruno has significant experience in interlocutory, costs and case management hearings in clinical negligence matters.

In addition, he regularly provides advisory and drafting services and has particular experience with medical defences.

Bruno has a special interest in inquests and accepts these instructions as a part of his clinical negligence practice.

Before coming to OSC, Bruno worked for 14 months as a paralegal for a claimant clinical negligence firm.


Bruno regularly appears in the County Court for fast track trials, CMCs and CCMCs. He has been involved in factually complex trials, including a recent multiple-vehicle collision.

In terms of his paper-based practice, Bruno is often instructed to draft pleadings. He is able to advise on all matters relating to litigation for both claimants and defendants.

Bruno’s work in this area has also led to him being instructed in:

  • Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority cases;
  • First-tier Tribunal appeals; and
  • Army Service Complaints

Bruno accepts instructions across all of the healthcare, medical and dental regulators. He has particular experience in the HCPC where he regularly represents registrants at interim and final hearings.

In addition, he has carried out advisory work in GMC matters.

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Bruno accepts instructions in all areas of Chambers’ work, offering the full range of advocacy, advisory and drafting services. Bruno has a particular focus on employment, clinical negligence, personal injury and professional regulation. He also accepts public law briefs and has been instructed in a number of judicial reviews.

Further detail of Bruno’s work can be found under the relevant headings below.

Before coming to the Bar, Bruno enjoyed a successful career in management and operations for a global high-end restaurant group, allowing him to hone excellent client care skills.

In addition, having previously worked as a paralegal (between law school and the commencement of pupillage), and having now been on secondment as in-house counsel within a large respondent employment firm, Bruno is particularly aware of the demands placed upon his professional client.

Before commencing his legal studies, Bruno read for a BSc and MSc in biological sciences.

During his professional training (BPTC), Bruno won three national advocacy competitions, including the BPP National BPTC Mooting Competition, judged by Lord Neuberger in the Supreme Court. He attained a further prize in an international mediation tournament held in Chicago in 2013. Bruno was awarded the Lord Denning Scholarship and Lord Brougham Scholarship from Lincoln’s Inn.

Testimonial

“Well prepared and eloquent, Bruno is an exceptional all round advocate who possesses the intelligence and flexibility to adapt a case to changing circumstances in court. In addition to his outstanding presentational skills, Bruno upholds an admirable level of client care and is adept at guiding individual claimants through the difficult and stressful tribunal process. Highly recommended.”

 
Mark Alaszewski

Thompsons Solicitors


Bruno regularly appears in the Employment Tribunal for trials and interlocutory hearings, acting for both employers and employees (individuals and trade union members) across a wide range of industries, in both the public and private sector. Bruno has particular experience in the healthcare industry. He has also been instructed in matters in the Employment Appeal Tribunal.

In addition, Bruno regularly provides drafting and advisory services, both for claimants and respondents. He also accepts instructions to carry out investigations on behalf of employers, having carried out internal investigations for 4 separate employers to date.

Bruno’s experience in employment matters pre-dates his call, having previously volunteered with the Free Representation Unit, the Employment Law Telephone Advice Line and Islington Law Centre. Bruno continues to provide pro bono services with the Employment Litigants in Person Service and the Bar Pro Bono Unit.


Bruno has significant experience in interlocutory, costs and case management hearings in clinical negligence matters.

In addition, he regularly provides advisory and drafting services and has particular experience with medical defences.

Bruno has a special interest in inquests and accepts these instructions as a part of his clinical negligence practice.

Before coming to OSC, Bruno worked for 14 months as a paralegal for a claimant clinical negligence firm.


Bruno regularly appears in the County Court for fast track trials, CMCs and CCMCs. He has been involved in factually complex trials, including a recent multiple-vehicle collision.

In terms of his paper-based practice, Bruno is often instructed to draft pleadings. He is able to advise on all matters relating to litigation for both claimants and defendants.

Bruno’s work in this area has also led to him being instructed in:

  • Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority cases;
  • First-tier Tribunal appeals; and
  • Army Service Complaints

Bruno accepts instructions across all of the healthcare, medical and dental regulators. He has particular experience in the HCPC where he regularly represents registrants at interim and final hearings.

In addition, he has carried out advisory work in GMC matters.

pAwards

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