Adrian Pook

Senior Solicitor

Experience

Adrian joined Summit Law in March 2022 and qualified as a solicitor in July 2010. He specialises in commercial litigation and disputes, in particular director/shareholder, insolvency and property disputes

Education

2019 : Registered E.U. Lawyer and member of the Malaga Bar Association

1998 – 1999 : Aptitude examination (Bar Professional Training Course)

1993 : Qualified as a Solicitor of the Senior Courts

1990 – 1991 : College of Law (Guildford)

1986 – 1989 : Staffordshire University, 2:1 LLB (Hons)

Membership & associations

  • Law Society of England and Wales
  • Fellow of INSOL International
  • R3 The trade association of the UK’s insolvency and restructuring professionals
  • The Insolvency Practitioners’ Association
  • E.U. Registered lawyer with the Malaga Bar Association
  • The Spanish Chamber of Commerce
  • Board member of the British Portuguese Chamber of Commerce

Something you didn’t know.

Having once run with the bulls in Pamplona, Jeremy now prefers more sedate pastimes including tennis and cooking – he claims to rustle up the best Paella north of Valencia.

Recent cases Adrian has worked on

  • Dispute over the ownership of a central London property following proceedings in Florida, Lebanon and Quebec

  • Freezing injunction against a director / member of a joint venture partnership which owns multiple properties

  • Claim by trustees in bankruptcy for breach of trust against the bankrupt’s business partner in respect of development properties

  • Acting for a shareholder whose shares had been wrongly transferred out of his name by the directors

  • Acting for a Hong Kong high value wine broker against a UK dealer

Education

1997 – 2001 :Open University LLB

2002 – 2003 :College of Law (London)

2010 : Qualified as a Solicitor of the Senior Courts

Membership & associations

  • Law Society of England & Wales 

Something you didn’t know.

Adrian did all his legal studies while doing technical work in the IT industry. 

Accreditation and Honours