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Martin is the founding partner of JAT. Over the past ten years Martin has advised and coached hundreds of judicial and silk applicants. He has advised clients seeking appointment to every level of the judiciary, from the magistrates to the Supreme Court.
The vast majority of Martin's clients are referrals. He is known for his down to earth, very direct approach and ability to meaningfully engage with clients over strategy, tactics and suitable examples in the way that only an experienced lawyer could do so.
Martin practiced at the bar from 1990 until 2004, specialising in Judicial Review. Consistently recommended in Chambers and Partners and the Legal 500 as a 'leader in his field', and finalist for the 2004 Human Rights Lawyer of the Year, Martin appeared in a number of high profile cases, several of which went to the House of Lords and European Courts.
Throughout his career at the bar, Martin trained other lawyers on behalf of various professional organisations, in his specialist fields. Martin is qualified in a range of communication and human performance disciplines including Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and body language and has expertise in Performance Psychology, Neuroscience and stress reduction techniques.
Martin works with senior professionals in the UK and USA helping them to perform better under pressure, optimise their sleep, increase and maintain their focus and develop resilience while managing their stress.
Martin's clients include silks, senior partners, heads of chambers, judges, military personnel, business owners, athletes and politicians. Martin is the author of 'Heres' the Pitch' and the host of The Outperform Show where he interviews individuals working in the human performance space from British Special Forces Operators and Navy SEAL's to the editor of The Harvard Business Review and Neuroscientists.
Andrew Worthley is a barrister, academic and musician. Called to the Bar in 2004, he has a broad common law practice area which is now principally focused on employment work. His advocacy has received judicial commendation from Ward LJ, who stated in the case of Baker v Rowe  EWCA Civ 860, "I wish to pay my tribute to Mr Worthley not only for his erudition but for the careful, sensible and charming way in which he has argued this application."
Andrew is a visiting senior lecturer at City University London and external examiner at Queen’s University Belfast. He has previously been a Specialist Advisor to the House of Lords and a Professor in Residence at City University New York. With degrees in law, education and theology Andrew is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a member of the Employment Lawyers Association. He is an accredited advocacy trainer with the ATC and Co-Author of the Oxford University Press Advocacy textbook.