Matthew Mills

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I practice in all areas of landlord and tenant law, and general property law matters, including trusts of land, propriety estoppel, easements, and squatters’ rights. I frequently appear as sole counsel in the County Court and High Court.

Alongside my full-time practice at the Bar, I am a Lecturer in Land Law at Oriel College, Oxford University.

Qualifications, Appointments

2015 – 2016      BPTC at City University (Outstanding)

2014 – 2015      BCL at the University of Oxford

2013 – 2014      LLM at UCL (Distinction, 1st in year overall of 443)

2010 – 2013      MA in Jurisprudence at the University of Oxford (First Class)


'Single name family home constructive trusts: is Lloyds Bank v Rosset still good law?' [2018] Conv 350-366.

‘The Development of the Public Benefit Requirement for Charitable Trusts in the Nineteenth Century’ (2016) 37(3) Journal of Legal History 269-302.

‘Why AIB Group (UK) plc v Mark Redler & Co (a firm) should be reversed’ (Estates Gazette Online).