Brynmor is a property specialist. Legal 500 describes him as “excellent with technical arguments and great advocacy skills”.
Brynmor’s practice covers all aspects of property law: including residential and commercial landlord and tenant and real property.
Brynmor is a member of the B Panel of Junior Counsel to the Crown. He undertakes a variety of work for central government departments. He also acts extensively for local government and for social landlords. The directories also recognise him as a leader in the fields of public law, local government and social housing. He has particular expertise where property law issues interact with issues of public, human rights and equality law.
Brynmor started his career in London but moved to Exchange in 2018. He is based in Manchester but practices nationwide. He is the go-to property junior on the Northern Circuit and typically appears against specialist property counsel. Brynmor has experience of appearing at all levels of court and tribunal.
Brynmor’s property practice ranges from trusts of land and real property through to landlord and tenant matters. He is experienced in private sector and public sector property disputes. He has appeared on numerous occasions before the Property Chamber of the First-Tier Tribunal in leasehold and land registration disputes, and on appeals to the Upper Tribunal and the Court of Appeal.
Brynmor is ranked in both the leading directories. Chambers and Partners has described him as having a “superb analytical brain and superb judgment” and as “a brilliant advocate”. Legal 500 has said: “Very clear and persuasive submissions. Very knowledgeable. Excellent with witnesses. Very personable and easy to work with” and that “Brynmor has a highly analytical mind and an ability to get to the nub of a thorny and difficult issue very quickly. Ever popular with clients due to his unflappable and common sense approach, he is sterling advocate whose presence reassures clients and Judges alike”.
Brynmor is a committee member of the Property Bar Association and of the Manchester Business and Property Courts Property Sub-Forum. He has helped to develop the Social Housing Law Association in the North