Monthly Archives: December 2020

Chambers congratulates our successful applicants to the SFO Panel


Chambers is pleased to announce that the Serious Fraud Office has appointed to its Panel of Counsel for 2021-2024: Alastair Smith (re-admitted to B Panel), Thomas Daniel (re-admitted to B…

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Modern Slavery, the section 45 defence and The National Referral Mechanism: Clarity at Last by Rhys Rosser


The Court of Appeal and High Court have considered Modern Slavery cases and the Section 45 defence on a regular basis since its introduction in 2015. However, they had not,…

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Alex Davidson wins extradition essay competition


Chambers is pleased to announce that our current pupil Alex Davidson has been selected as the winner of the John RWD Jones QC Extradition Essay Competition 2020. This prestigious competition…

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Allan Compton and Simon Baker appointed Queen’s Counsel


Chambers is immensely proud of the elevation of Simon and Allan to the ranks of Queen’s counsel announced today in this year’s list. We offer them our warmest congratulations and…

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Brian Altman QC – Times’ Lawyer of the Week


Brian Altman QC is featured in The Times today as the Lawyer of the Week for his work as lead counsel to the Independent Inquiry Into Child Sexual Abuse. The_Times(2020-12-17)_page59…

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Anand Beharrylal QC leads in successful defence to Murder and Manslaughter


Anand Beharrylal QC leading Malik Alderi (instructed by Lisa Nicol of JDSpicerZeb Solicitors) successfully represented a young defendant in securing acquittals on charges of both murder and the alternative of…

Category: Cases |