Anthony Tur (2011)

Anthony Tur (2011)

Membership Status: Barrister - Associate Member Qualified in 2011


General Information

Anthony Tur is a dual qualified barrister at the Bars of England & Wales and Berlin, Germany. He is currently in the process of developing his national and international practices. Anthony has a keen interest in expanding his specialisms in the areas of commercial, company, insolvency, banking and financial law. In addition, he also accepts instructions in personal injury and RTA cases.

Anthony is regularly instructed by solicitors in England & Wales as well as by German lawyers (Rechtsanwälte) in Berlin. Anthony has, therefore, gained experience in representing clients in the courts of England & Wales as well as in proceedings conducted in the Federal Courts of Germany.

Anthony is a forward thinking and entrepreneurial barrister. His background provides him with a great understanding of the needs of international clients with potentially different cultural backgrounds. Both professional and lay clients say they feel at ease when dealing with him due to his friendly and open minded manner.


Anthony completed his training in two countries. He completed his first six months of pupillage at 3 Verulam Buildings in London and his second six month of pupillage at HEINZ & RITTER International Legal Services in Berlin.

Anthony had two pupil supervisors during his first six months of training at 3 Verulam Buildings. His first pupil supervisor was Mr Rajesh Pillai.  Mr Pillai involved and mentored Anthony in a number of international disputes involving aspects of company law, directors’ fiduciary duties, contract law, fraud, foreign laws and an international arbitration.

Called to the Bar of England & Wales: 2011; Called to the Bar of Berlin – Germany: 2015; LL.B (Hons) University of Bolton; BPTC Northumbria University


Anthony is based in Hannover and Berlin. He enjoys spending time with his family and friends as well as cooking for guests. He is, of course, bilingual in English and German.

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