Chris Hogg

Chris Hogg is a Higher Rights Solicitor Advocate. He was admitted as a solicitor in 2004 and obtained his Higher Rights in 2010.

He obtained a degree in Politics at the University of Birmingham in 1998 before completing a Law Conversion Course at the same establishment in 1999. He then completed his Bar Vocational Course at Inns of Court School of Law in 2000.

He worked as a Legal Advisor to Magistrates at Reading Magistrates Court between 2002 and 2004 and advised on Motoring Law during this time. He then worked at a firm that specialised in Motoring Law and travelled around the Country representing clients for Motoring Law offences, as north as Yorkshire and as south a Devon.
Chris has worked at Bhatia Best since 2014, having previously worked in the Thames Valley area. As a Higher Rights Solicitor Advocate, Chris regularly represents clients at the Crown Court. Cases dealt with at the Crown Court require a specialise level of preparation and knowledge, something which Chris is able to bring to his Motoring Law work.
Chris combines a sharp analytical mind with impeccable interpersonal skills. He has a wealth of knowledge in Motoring Law and Clients of Chris quickly notice the benefits of being represented by someone faced with complex Crown Court matters on a regular basis.

Given his expertise, Chris is often reserved for the most serious of Motoring Law cases that we deal with, or appeals to the Crown Court, which are often the last chance for a Client to get justice. The trust that Bhatia Best places in Chris to obtain the best possible result in the most difficult of cases is repeatedly justified.
Any clients that Chris represents will feel comforted with the level of expertise and knowledge that he has at his disposal.


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