Anthony 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. Anthony re-qualified as a Solicitor in England & Wales in 2002 and joined Curtis in 2006.


After re-qualifying as a Solicitor in England & Wales he 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.


Anthony is a motorcycle enthusiast, having ridden since he was a teenager. He aspires to ride across all of the continents. Adventure before dementia!