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Adrian Savage

Adrian Savage

Senior Lecturer

Nottingham Law School

Staff Group(s)
Nottingham Law School staff


Adrian is the Deputy Course Leader for the Bar Training Course (BTC). He teaches on graduate courses, with focus on civil/commercial litigation and skills. He is also module leader for BTC Civil Advocacy and BTC Commercial Litigation and a supervisor for LLB and BTC.

Career overview

Assistant solicitor at Frere Cholmeley Bischoff / Eversheds London, specialising in commercial and international litigation and arbitration.

Research areas

Adrian is a member of the Centre for Advocacy at Nottingham Law School.


Savage, A., 2006. Case report: Codent Ltd v Lyson Ltd. Civil Procedure Reports, 2006 (5), pp. 481-496.

Savage, A., 2006. Case report: Ealing LBC v Richardson. Civil Procedure Reports, 2006 (3), pp. 195-207.

Savage, A., 2006. Case report: Garbutt v Edwards. Civil Procedure Reports, 2006 (1), pp. 67-86.

Savage, A., 2005. Case report: Morgan Est v Hanson Concrete. Civil Procedure Reports, 2005 (3), pp. 366-380.

Savage, A., 2005. Case report: Parsons v George. Civil Procedure Reports, 2005 (1), pp. 29-44.

Savage, A., 2005. Case report: Reed Executive v Reed Business Information. Civil Procedure Reports, 2005 (1), pp. 45-58.

Savage, A., 2005. Case report: Stokes Pension Fund v Western Power Distribution. Civil Procedure Reports, 2005 (5), pp. 624-639.

Savage, A., 2003. Service of proceedings on foreign companies: the relationship between the Companies Act and the civil procedure rules: Sea Assets Ltd v PT Garuda Indonesia (case notes). Nottingham Law Journal, 12 (1), pp. 31-35.

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