If you want to instruct me as a lawyer or to obtain formal legal advice, you have to contact me at my law firm – details here.
I advise on contentious and non-contentions media and commercial matters generally, and I have specialist knowledge of contract law, mainstream and social media, public law, defamation, confidentiality and privacy, public procurement, and freedom of information. (I freely admit that I know (almost) nothing about many other areas of law.)
I am afraid that I do have to normally charge for my legal work, though I do a lot of pro bono work through referrals. I can rarely do pro bono work as a result of direct contact by strangers. That said, I am usually happy to give a preliminary view on a matter without a charge.
None of my writing on the internet either on this blog or elsewhere – including Twitter – constitutes legal advice.
This is not just a casual disclaimer – legal advice can often depend on particular circumstances. If you can, instruct a lawyer.