Richard Nolan (Door Tenant)

Call: 1999

Richard is a Door tenant at Erskine Chambers.

Richard specialises in Company Law, Commercial Law and Trusts. He has developed a particular interest in shareholder rights and their exercise. He has given many continuing education lectures and seminars for several leading firms.

After graduating from Cambridge, he qualified and practised as a solicitor with a highly regarded City firm. In October 1993, he returned to Cambridge, becoming a fellow of St John’s College.

He is presently Professor of Law at the University of York, and before that taught for many years at the University of Cambridge. He has been a consultant to the Law Commission, Company Law Review and the DTI.

In his spare time, Richard likes cycling, walking (particularly at home in Yorkshire) and collecting prints.

Memberships & Publications

Contributor to:

Buckley on the Companies Acts, (15th Edition)

Shareholder remedies-Director’s Duties

Numerous articles on corporate and trust law in leading practitioner and academic journals

Co-editor of:

Resolution, Past, Present and Future