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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...

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Louis Mably

Louis is one of the most in-demand juniors at the criminal bar and is a recognised leader in the areas of crime, corporate investigations and human rights. He has an international reputation for...

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Timothy Cray

Timothy practises at the highest level of criminal litigation and is regularly rated as outstanding by clients, colleagues and the judiciary. He brings hard-edged experience of trial advocacy to all...

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William Hays

Will is a highly-regarded Junior practising in crime, the proceeds of crime and judicial review. He has appeared in the most significant recent cases on confiscation, including three cases before...

Notable cases

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R v Gary Dobson and David Norris

The retrial of two men accused of murdering Stephen Lawrence at the Central Criminal Court.  Alison Morgan appeared in the trial and in the appeal against conviction.

R v Waya

One of the most significant cases to be heard in the Supreme Court in recent years, concerning the confiscation provisions of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002. The case considered the issue of what...

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.

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...

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

David Perry QC and Louis Mably represented the Government of the United States in the Supreme Court in the leading case on the application of Articles 3 and 8 of the Convention in extradition...

R v Simon Harwood

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