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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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22 September

Nominations for 2015 Chambers UK Bar Awards

We are delighted to have been nominated for two awards at the upcoming 2015 Chambers UK Bar Awards: Crime Set of the Year Crime Junior of the Year - Miranda Hill We have a strong history at...

Our barristers

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Lucy Organ

Until recently, Lucy was practising in the Cayman Islands. She was called to the Cayman Islands Bar in April 2010 and conducted criminal defence work. She has appeared in all courts in the Cayman...


Kate Wilkinson

Kate is a highly regarded criminal advocate with experience of all areas of serious crime including murder, armed robbery and fraud. Her engaging manner makes her an effective advocate and popular...


Martyn Bowyer

Martyn offers 31 years' experience at the Criminal Bar in the full range of criminal and quasi-criminal work, both as Junior and Leading Junior at both Crown Court and Appellate levels. He has...

Notable cases

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R v Asil Nadir

A high-profile fraud by the Director of Polly Peck International who stole £146 million from his blue chip company in the late 1980s and fled the jurisdiction in 1993.

R v James Ibori and others

James Ibori, while serving Governor of Delta State in Nigeria between 1999 and 2007 defrauded the public purse of over $250 million, giving rise to a number of highly published trials in the UK....

R v Blackman (“Marine A”)

David Perry QC and Katherine Hardcastle appeared for the Director of Service Prosecutions in this trial of a Royal Marine for murder of an Afghan in Helmand Province. The case was the first trial of...

Al-Khawaja and Tahery v United Kingdom

David Perry QC, Louis Mably and Victoria Ailes 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...

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...

Norris v Government of the United States of America

The leading case on the application of Articles 3 and 8 of the Convention in extradition proceedings.

R v Barry George

The retrial of Barry George, charged with the murder of Jill Dando.

Taxquet v Belgium

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