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    For over 70 years we have worked at the forefront of the criminal law and related areas of public and civil law. We are recognised nationally and internationally for our strengths as advocates and advisers.

     

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5 April

2017 Pupillage Applications Open

Applications for pupillages starting in October 2017 should be made direct to Chambers using our application form. The deadline for applications is 4 May 2016. Find more information about the...

Our barristers

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Simon-Denison@2x

Simon Denison QC

Simon Denison QC has acted in many high profile, multi-handed and / or complex cases, including murder, manslaughter, firearms, gang related offences, robbery, kidnapping, human trafficking, serious...

Duncan-Penny@2x

Duncan Penny QC

Consistently ranked whilst a junior as a "star individual" in the legal directories, both in the fields of Crime and Fraud, Duncan is recognised as an “absolute star” whose “incredible...

Michael-Bisgrove@2x

Michael Bisgrove

Michael is a skilful and dedicated advocate, with a compelling attention to detail. Professional and hardworking in his approach, and rigorous in his preparation, he is equally comfortable as Sole...

Notable cases

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R (on the application of Miranda) v SSHD and Commissioner of Police

A judicial review of the decision to stop the husband of Guardian journalist Glenn Greenwald under Schedule 7 to the Terrorism Act 2000.

Hong Kong Special Administrative Region v Hui, Kwok & others (Court of First Instance, Hong Kong)

David Perry QC and Louis Mably acted for the HKSAR in the prosecution of the former Chief Secretary of Hong Kong over allegations of bribery and corruption.

Al-Khawaja and Tahery v United Kingdom

David Perry QC and Louis Mably represented the United Kingdom in the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights. The case was heard following the refusal of the Supreme Court in England to...

R v Chaytor and others

The Parliamentary expenses scandal gave rise to a constitutional issue concerning the scope of Parliamentary privilege. The defendants contended that by reason of privilege and article IX of the Bill...

R v Salman Butt and Others

The trial of members of the Pakistan national cricket team for corruption (“match fixing”).

R v Simon Harwood

The trial of the police officer charged with the manslaughter of Ian Tomlinson during the G20 protests.

Taxquet v Belgium

A case concerning compatibility of the European Convention on Human Rights with trial by jury.