Richard Halsall is an associate tenant of Gray’s Inn Square and practices in the Isle of Man. He is an Advocate of the Manx Bar and specialises in Isle of Man Litigation. The Manx legal profession is fused with Advocates undertaking the role of both Solicitor and Barrister. He is experienced in litigation in all levels of the Manx courts from the Staff of Government Division (the Appeal Division), the High Court, Summary Courts, Coroners Inquests to Tribunals in areas as diverse as agricultural tenancies, work permits and public enquiries. For the last 7 years his practice has focused on commercial and international cross border litigation including large Trust disputes. He has dealt with a number of Petitions of doleance (Manx Judicial review).Richard is a former partner in an Isle of Man general legal practice and set up his own firm in 2002. He merged his practice with Andrew Bridson in 2006 and is a director of BridsonHalsall Advocates. He has experience of most areas of Isle of Man law. In addition to his civil practice he has represented clients in respect of the majority of offences including white collar crime, money laundering, manslaughter and murder. He acted for a Department of Transport chargehand who successfully defended a charge of manslaughter by gross negligence. He has been engaged in various sensitive international cases including extradition proceedings and serious fraud matters. Richard is former Treasurer for the Isle of Man Law Society and has sat on several committees of the Isle of Man Law Society including the Legislation and Education committees. He is a Notary Public.