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13 July

Brexit Briefing No. 2

In the second of our Brexit Briefings, we consider the implications for extradition: the impact of the withdrawal process and the options for post-EU extradition arrangements.

4 July

Chambers publishes Brexit Briefing No. 1

In our 6KBW Brexit Briefing No. 1, the first of a series of papers on the impact of Brexit for the criminal law, we consider the high level implications of the referendum result and the factors which...

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Lucy-Organ@2x

Lucy Organ

Lucy is an experienced criminal practitioner, who also appears regularly in extradition and prison law matters. She has an expanding public law practice, involving both advisory and court work and...

Peter-Ratliff@2x

Peter Ratliff

eter is a highly regarded and sought after practitioner with a busy advisory and court practice. Peter specialises in investigations into business and corporate crime, and complex casework. He...

Brett-Weaver@2x

Brett Weaver

Brett is an experienced advocate who defends and prosecutes in a wide range of cases, primarily at Crown Court level. Brett’s calm and practical manner readily wins the confidence and trust of...

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 (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...

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...

Beghal v Director of Public Prosecutions

The leading domestic case on the compatibility of detention and questioning at airports under the Terrorism Act 2000 with Articles 5, 6 and 8 of the Convention (Concerned investigatory powers,...

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...

Taxquet v Belgium

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