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29 April

Simon Denison QC in Ashley Latty Murder Trial

Simon Denison QC was instructed in the trial of Nicholas Terrelonge, Tyler Burton, Kestrel Dyer, Jerome Joseph and Nana Oppong, who were accused of murdering Ashley Latty, 25, outside Beaver Centre,...

24 April

Annabel Darlow QC in Kazi Islam Terrorist Trial

Annabel Darlow QC is instructed in the trial of Kazi Islam, 18. Mr Islam is on trial for allegedly engaging in the preparation of terrorist acts. He is accused of using a combination of threats and...

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James Chegwidden

James’s practice encompasses civil and commercial work, employment law, and regulatory and public law. He brings to his practice a wide range of domestic and international experience, having...

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David Perry QC

Chambers and Partners describes David Perry QC as a “phenomenally impressive” silk who is “consistently viewed by peers as one of the hardest working and most committed silks at the Bar.

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James Curtis QC

James has specialised throughout his career in serious and complex crime: the more complexity the better. He both prosecutes and defends. He relishes cases with high levels of legal, factual,...

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R v Looseley

An appeal in the House of Lords concerning the compatibility of domestic law on entrapment with Article 6 of European Convention on Human Rights.

R v May, Jennings and Green

A leading House of Lords case on confiscation.

R v William McKeeva Bush

Trial of the former Prime Minister of Grand Cayman on charges of misconduct in public office and theft.

R v Kassaye and Others and R v Calderwood

The “Graff Diamonds” trial, concerning Britain’s biggest ever jewellery robbery carried out at the exclusive Bond Street jewellers.

R v NM

The murder of Charlene Ellis and Laetitia Shakespeare.

R (on the application of AHK) v SSHD

An appeal against the Administrative Court’s finding that the SSHD must succeed in a judicial review in the absence of a closed material procedure.

Al Saadi and Belhadj v Jack Straw and Others

An allegation that the UK Government was involved in the claimants’ rendition to Libya and complicit in their mistreatment.

R (VB) v Westminster Magistrates' Court

Availability of closed material procedures for the defence in extradition proceedings, and the criteria for the use of anonymous witnesses in resisting extradition requests.