HARRY JAYimage 001
LLB (Hons), LLM (Liverpool)
Middle Temple,

[ I have successfully submitted a 100,000 word thesis on Electronic Banking Law for the degree of Master of Law (LLM) by research at The University of Liverpool ]

I am a qualified Barrister and I was called to the Bar of England and Wales by the Honourable Society of Middle Temple, London in November 2000. I worked in-house before I commenced private practice. I am currently a tenant with Holborn Chambers in London, a progressive, dynamic and a forward-thinking set which prides itself on combining excellence and high standards with pragmatism and helpfulness.

I am trained, registered and accredited by the Bar Standard Board to undertake Litigation and Public Access work under the Public Access Scheme and to provide legal service directly to members of the public and business corporations. Apart from that I also get instructions directly from solicitors in the usual way.

I have a wide-ranging practice covering most areas of civil disputes in Commercial, Employment and Consumer law, Insurance litigation, Regulatory and Compliance and Alternative Dispute Resolutions. I also have particular expertise in other areas of common law. Please click on to areas of expertise for more details. I focus on litigation and advisory work, both contentious and non-contentious matters in various fields of my practice areas. I appear in courts and tribunals at all levels in England and Wales especially in London, the South, the South – West profileand along the M4 corridor covering Oxford, Berkshire, Wiltshire, Bristol and Somerset presenting a wide range of individuals and business corporations. My clients range from instructing solicitors to business corporations and members of the public, who instruct me directly under the Public Access Scheme. Additionally, I am also eloquent in Malay language both in writing and orally.

I accept instructions directly from solicitors and members of the public, businesses and companies under the Public Access Scheme. Every instructions received with be dealt with in:

  • A very reliable and friendly clerking and administration service, closely attuned to the needs of the clients;
  • An approachable style;
  • A good clear, practical and robust advice;
  • An outstanding command of both law and evidence;
  • A thorough and timely preparation;
  • Excellent advocacy at all levels of practice.


If you would like to instruct me or would like to know more, or make an enquiry about a specific matter, please feel free to contact me or my clerk to discuss your requirements.