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We are a leading multi-disciplinary set with a proud reputation for being professional, approachable and modern. Our Members, including 4 Queen’s Counsel and 48 juniors, have an enviable back catalogue of high-profile and complex matters across a range of practice areas.
OUR PRACTICE AREAS
Jo Morris enjoys a success at the Court of Appeal.
GEORGE HEPBURNE SCOTT INSTRUCTED IN MOST HIGH-PROFILE EXTRADITION CASE OF 2017
Successful Appeal by Robert Newcombe leads to 10 years Imprisonment for False Rape Accuser
Colin Witcher secures dramatic rape acquittal in less than an hour.
TRIPLE SUCCESS FOR GEORGE HEPBURNE SCOTT IN HIGH COURT EXTRADITION APPEALS
Kevin Molloy secures unanimous not guilty verdicts on all counts in historic sex case.
The Criminal Bar Quarterly Reports on the Efforts to Free Michael Polak’s client, Abducted Barrister Mr Ahmad Bin Quasem
Yasin Patel was one of 3 main speakers at an International Sports Law Conference held in Colombo
Success for Joanna Toch in dual nationality case. Brexit looms.
Lewis Power QC Secures Acquittal in University Rape Case.
Please follow link below to read George Hepburne Scotts article on extradition published in the New Law Journal. ... Read More
Military jurisprudence seeks to regulate both service and civilian injustices. Every fighting force throughout history has found itself Read More
The case of Acting Colour Sgt Alexander Blackman, commonly known as Marine A, is a controversial one. The actions of our servicemen are Read More
Servicemen do not usually dwell upon their rights. Theirs is a life for those who can place duty before entitlements. Servicemen are ... Read More
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Our Members are supported by a dedicated and efficient clerks’ room led by Daniel Bartlett who ensures Chambers meet the needs of our professional and lay clients in an ever changing legal environment. Many members of Chambers can be instructed, where appropriate, directly through the Public Access Scheme.