Dorian Day

Year of Call: 1987
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Telephone: 0121 289 4333

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Personal Injury

Described as "A very well prepared and skilful advocate." Dorian represents clients from inquest stage through to trial taking an active role throughout. Dorian is highly experienced in complex cases. He thrives and excels where there are challenging & technical medical issues.

Dorian has an extremely approachable manner ensuring clients are quickly put at ease. His open approach gains favour from solicitors who appreciate easy access to him throughout the course of a case.

With over 35 years at the Bar, Dorian has built up extensive experience in many areas of Personal Injury:

Abuse Claims

Dorian has long acted for abuse complainants across the UK. He advises claimants who are bringing claims of sexual abuse, neglect and death in cases including religious orders, and abuse perpetrated in children’s homes and schools, in foster care, by teachers, within families, or in sporting and voluntary and media organisations.

He has acted for vulnerable adults and children abused in long term care and for learning disabled children and young people, as well as in claims against local authorities for failing to remove children at risk.

Dorian undertakes all aspects of judicial review work as well as having considerable expertise in cases involving the Court of Protection.


An experienced advocate with a strong childcare practice, who also represents his clients in financial remedy matters. He frequently acts in matters concerning serious physical and sexual abuse.
"A very well prepared and skilful advocate."

Chambers UK 2019/Family/Matrimonial

Strengths: "He is an excellent all-rounder, who is calm under pressure and has a great  manner in court." "An experienced and ferocious litigator."

Chambers UK 2018/Family/Matrimonial

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Professional bodies

  • FLBA
  • BAA
  • ALBA

Direct Access

Dorian Day is qualified to accept instructions directly from members of the public and professional clients under the Direct Public Access scheme.

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