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Jeremy Warner

Year of Call: 2022
Email Address: [email protected]
Telephone: 020 7583 8055

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Clerk Details

  • Clerk Name: Jordon Gallifant
  • Clerk Telephone: 0207 583 8055
  • Clerk Email: [email protected]


Jeremy Warner is a pupil barrister, focusing on personal injury and clinical negligence. He started his pupillage with 3PB in April 2024 and already  has a background in personal injury and clinical negligence, having previously worked as an advocate for the law firm Irwin Mitchell in London.

At Irwin Mitchell, Jeremy also received further advocacy training from the University of Law in relation to both costs and witness handling. He was further short listed for his national law reform essay on the Bereavement Award under the Fatal Accidents Act 1976.

He has appeared in both the County Court and High Court and drafted advice on both quantum and liability in cases worth up to £200,000. He also drafted particulars of claim in a range of personal injury cases including the Animals Act, Highways Act, Occupiers Liability Act and medical negligence cases. At Irwin Mitchell, he was also instructed in CCMCs, interlocutory hearings and infant approval hearings in a variety of cases. These included medical negligence, international travel injury, occupiers liability, road traffic accident and employers liability cases. In CCMCs, he provided submissions in relation to both directions and budgeting in cases pleaded up to £3 million. He has advocated in front of the Masters at the RCJ on numerous occasions.

Prior to pupillage, Jeremy also volunteered with the Schools Consent Project, providing workshops on the law surrounding sexual offences at secondary schools. He also volunteered in Ghana in March 2024, where he received a scholarship from the Inner Temple for a gender equality programme in greater Accra. He has also worked in Rwanda, as an English tutor in Shanghai and on a vineyard near Rome.

He is also a keen cricketer and plays for the MCC and a team in London, having previously played for Dorset and Shane Warne’s first club in Melbourne. He enjoys brewing beer, learning Italian and travelling.


Jeremy is already a prolific author on personal injury and clinical negligence subjects including the cases of Paul v Royal Wolverhampton-NHS Trust; Malik v St George's University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust; MXX-v-A-Secondary-School; Jenkinson v Hertfordshire CCBarry v Ministry of Defence and the issue of "Causation and Divisible Injury: The Rocks of uncertainty."