Francis Davey has joined Anderson Law as a barrister and an associate.
Francis was a computer scientist for 12 years until 2002. He went on to study law and began practice as a barrister in 2004.
He continues to lecture as part of the LLM course at Strathclyde University and sit as a judge in property tribunals.
In his spare time, Francis maintains his skills as a computer scientist and Python code.
To find out more about Francis, please view his bio page here.