In 2002 Keith was admitted by the Law Society as a solicitor after completing further studies at Manchester Metropolitan University.
Keith has only ever undertaken Civil Litigation work and in May 2013 joined national firm Slater & Gordon Lawyers to specialise in Contentious Probate (contesting Wills etc) and Civil Meditiation.
Keith is one of a handful of lawyers in the North West that is a Registered Contentious Trust and Probate Specialist. Until 2012, Keith lectured law and legal practice in all areas for the legal executive qualification.
In 2003, Keith was elected to the Council of the Law Society initially representing newly qualified solicitors. In 2005 he was appointed as the Law Society Council Member representing the National Young Solicitors Group and also served as the chairman of that group in the year 2005/6. He now represents solicitors that practise civil litigation. In 2006, Keith was elected as the President of the Oldham Law Association and still serves on the Committee.
Keith is a member of the Law Society's Membership Board, Education and Training Committee and Civil Justice Committee. He also serves on the panel judging the Law Society's Bursary and Diversity Access schemes.
Keith has completed the academic stage of training for the Higher Rights Course and is now a Solicitor Advocate (Civil). He is also an accredited Civil Mediator listed with the Civil Mediation Council, The Association of Northern Mediators, Clerksroom and the Manchester Law Society Mediation Panel.
Hall v Holker Estate Co Ltd  EWCA Civ 1422 (17 December 2008)
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