Richard Bowles

Richard was called to the bar in 2014 and practices from Three Stone in Lincoln’s Inn. His practice encompasses a wide variety of chancery and commercial work with an emphasis on insolvency; trusts; real property; landlord and tenant; and commercial matters.

Richard is regularly instructed to appear in the High Court and County Court, as well as undertaking a wide range of drafting and advisory work in all areas of Chambers’ expertise. He has appeared, both as sole advocate and as junior counsel, in trials in the High Court and County Court, and as both Applicant and Respondent in numerous urgent injunction applications in the High Court.
Contributed to


The deemed consent procedure, decision-making procedure, and meetings—the position under the Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 2016
Practice notes

This Practice Note produced in partnership with Richard Bowles of Three Stone considers the process for decision making as revised under the Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 2016 (IR 2016), part 15 including the deemed consent procedure (IR 2016, r 15.7), creditor decision-making procedures (IR 2016, r 15.3) and meetings (IR 2016, r 15.6). It includes a table setting out minimum notice requirements.

Practice areas


  • Chancery Bar Association


  • Contributing Author


  • University of Oxford
  • The City Law School
  • Kaplan Law School

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