Joint Head of Falcon Chambers, where he has a wide practice in commercial property law.
He specialises in rent review work (co-authoring the principal text on the subject), development agreements, easements and restrictive covenants, and has recently appeared in the Supreme Court and Privy Council in leading cases on leasehold covenants, prescriptive claims and strata title.
Master Fetherstonhaugh studied economics at Bristol University before completing a short service commission in the Royal Green Jackets.
He went on to be Called to the Bar by the Inner Temple in 1983. He took Silk in 2003 and was elected a Master of the Bench in 2009.
He has been involved in Inn activities for a number of years. Appointed to the Estates Committee in 2009 (Vice-Chair 2012 and Chair 2013; Chair of the Education & Training Committee of the Bar Council; Reader Elect, Inner Temple 2018; Reader, Inner Temple 2019, Inner Temple Treasurer 2020 and 2021.