AN OUTDOOR LIFEAnthony Dyke grew up in Zimbabwe – his parents went there from the UK when they were teenagers. The outdoor life suited him and resulted in a life-long love of sport. He played rugby until he was 35, did quite a bit of judo, occasionally still plays cricket and attempts to play golf. He describes himself as “the worst golfer in christendom” playing a round once a year and very badly. Originally set to become a farmer, Anthony found himself at university studying law, almost by accident. After qualifying he decided to go to the bar, which in Zimbabwe meant working on all aspects of the law – Commercial litigation, divorce/family , courts martial and crime, including capital cases.
On returning to the UK, Anthony requalified and worked in London dealing with commercial litigation, company and commercial transactions, landlord and tenant disputes and commercial property transactions. He moved to the Westcountry to perform a similar role as a Partner with Curtis Whiteford Crocker. Anthony has many clients in the Westcountry, but retains links with clients in the South East, the Midlands and Northern Ireland.
OUTSIDE THE LAW
Anthony is a motorcycle enthusiast, having ridden since he was a teenager. He aspires to ride across all of the continents. Adventure before dementia!