About Michael 

Michael has a reputation as the ‘go-to’ person for clients with varied legal needs.

His appetite for information and his ability to grasp matters across many fields of law, allow him to provide clients with a 360 wrap around service to meet their individual and business requirements.

Trained as a Barrister, Michael’s pragmatic approach and no-nonsense style enable him to strategise creatively and cut through to key issues quickly. He is a people person who collaborates to protect and promote his clients’ interests from the very inception of a case. Michael’s clients trust that he – working alongside hand-picked specialists when necessary – will ensure that their best interests are served.

Key Experience

  • Criminal Law specialist
  • Civil Litigation & Dispute Resolution
  • Insolvency
  • Restructuring
  • Intellectual Property 

Career History

Michael’s career in law actually began whilst he was at school and working a weekend job at a national supermarket chain. Serving as a disciplinary hearing advocate and representing his colleagues was an unexpected development – but one which he embraced wholeheartedly and with great success.

Michael read Law and then trained as a Barrister at the City Law School in London, before being called to the Bar at Lincoln’s Inn in 2006. Since then, he has developed a strong practice in Legal Coordination, serving as a trusted advisor and working with specialist firms to meet his clients’ needs across increasingly diverse fields of law. As a recognised member of the Armenian community in London, Michael has a strong profile amongst individual and business clients from the former Soviet Union. 


  • 2005 LL.B (Hons) City University, London
  • Inns of Court School of Law
  • 2006 Called to the Bar


  • Armenian
  • Farsi


  • Member of the Bar at Lincoln’s Inn
  • The Law Society