Rawdon Crozier is a barrister and mediator in KBG Chambers. His practice has a strong emphasis on property, professional negligence and contract law. He has a particular affinity for cases involving unusual or esoteric points of law and has been involved in some of the leading cases on residential service charges, particularly in relation to holiday homes. He has a facility for document trails. Rawdon Crozier qualified as a mediator in April 2012 and his practice includes mediation advocacy. He is a regular contributor to the Landlord & Tenant Review and has written for a number of other legal journals. While his practice, with the erosion of Legal Aid, predominantly consists of privately paid work, Rawdon retains a principled commitment to publicly-funded work when it is available.