I am a Teaching Fellow at Leicester where I have taught since 2011. I currently deliver tutorials and lectures in Constitutional & Administrative Law. I also help with mooting debating and other advocacy exercises in the Law School.
I completed my LLB at Leicester. I was called to the Bar in 2011 by the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn of which I am a Hubert Greenland Scholar.
I am a practising Barrister at KCH Garden Square Chambers of Nottingham & Leicester where I specialise in Commercial and Landlord & Tenant Litigation. Most of my work in housing involves representing social landlords such as local authorities and housing associations in claims for possession and injunctions to regulate behaviour.
My injunction work extends to claims on behalf of local authorities and the police designed to disrupt organised crime at the local level. As such my practice is heavily founded in Public Law which informs my teaching particularly from the perspective of public bodies.
I sit on my chambers' Pupillage Committee and the Midland Circuit Social Mobility Committee.
I am a qualified Pupil Supervisor and deliver advocacy training to Bar School students with Lincoln's Inn.
Given the nature of my professional practice I stay up to date with developments relevant to my practice and teaching including in Public Landlord & Tenant Property and Contract Law.
As a Pupil Supervisor I also keep abreast of the latest regulations and developments covering the professional and vocational training of barristers and best practice in advocacy training.
I adopt a clear comprehensive approachable but robust approach to my training of students and barristers in accordance with best pedagogical practice which is in turn informed by my research.
I am the sole author of KCH Garden Square's Pupillage Training Programme and also provide 'manuals' on areas of civil litigation for the benefit of pupils in chambers, including complex credit hire and housing disputes.
I deliver training to third parties, such as local authorities and solicitors firms, for which I draft bespoke training lectures and materials.
Constitutional & Administrative Law.
I have also taught across modules of Contract Law Tort Law and Analysing Law.
As a Barrister I also deliver training in areas of civil litigation and Landlord & Tenant Law.
Press and media
Landlord & Tenant Law.
Equality Diversity and Social Mobility in the Legal Profession.
Practising Barrister at KCH Garden Square Nottingham & Leicester.
Member of the Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn.
Hubert Greenland Scholar at Lincoln's Inn.
Bar School Advocacy Trainer at Lincoln's Inn.
Member of the KCH Garden Square Pupillage Committee.
Member of the Midland Circuit Social Mobility Committee.
"I have a particular interest in the training and recruitment of barristers and advocacy training more generally.
I am committed to improving diversity in the legal profession and take an active role at widening participation events at institutions across the Midlands. I am also an active member of the Midland Circuit Social Mobility Committee.
Together with my friend and colleague in chambers Jamal Jeffers we have established the 'Jeffers-Nunn Award' at Leicester Law School in an effort to support those from non-traditional backgrounds pursue a career at the bar."
LLB: University of Leicester - 2010.
Bar Professional Training Course: Nottingham Law School - 2011.
Called to Bar by the Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn - 2011.
Fair Recruitment of Barristers: Bar Council - 2016.
Public Access Qualified Barrister: Bar Council - 2020.
Qualified Pupil Supervisor: the Honourable Society of Gray's Inn - 2020.