Clients of 2 Bedford Row benefit from the knowledge, expertise and support of one of the country’s leading criminal and regulatory sets.Chambers & Partners 2014
Our members are frequently instructed to advise in high profile cases, often prior to any formal prosecution.
In particular members of Chambers continue to advise the Crown Prosecution Service Terrorism Division including offences arising from conflicts around the world, as well advising Complex casework Units of the Crown Prosecution Service nationwide.
Barristers at 2 Bedford Row also advise prominent private and corporate clients as well as the UK Government on a wide range of high profile issues. In particular members of Chambers have been instructed by Royal families in the UK, Europe and the Middle East.
Additionally advice is frequently given in complex financial matters such as the proper implementation of accountancy standards, stock exchange listing requirements, company officer and board reporting requirements as well as the more usual matters focused upon by the FCA, SFO and regulators.
Advice is also given with regard production orders, search warrants and the protection afforded to journalists under the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 and to the IPCC in relation to deaths caused by police officers.
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Advising Prince Andrew regarding allegations of sexual misconduct in the USA.
Advising the Metropolitan Police Service with regard to misconduct hearings arising from the ‘Plebgate’ scandal.
Advising the Antiguan Government and their appointed liquidators arising from the Stanford International Bank collapse.
Advising the Attorney General whether he should issue a nolle prosequi in the case of a well-known MP accused in the expenses scandal.