After graduating from University College, London in 1974, Tim took his Law Society exams at the College of Law in London in 1975 before joining his father in the family firm, Bradley & Cuthbertson, to complete his training, qualifying in 1977.
He became a partner in Blackhams when the two firms merged in 2003.
From a broad base of general practice Tim has more recently concentrated his efforts on aspects of private client work including wills and inheritance tax planning, trusts. In particular, Tim works with vulnerable adults advising on Lasting Powers of Attorney and Court of Protection matters, including overseeing the financial affairs of clients as attorney or Deputy.
Tim is a regular if inexpert skier and enjoys choral singing. Outside interests include membership of several boards of charity trustees, among them currently Lench’s Trust, The Solicitors Benevolent Association and Birmingham Diocesan Trustees all of which he has at different times chaired, and various other voluntary bodies.