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14 July

The Brecon Inquests

Jonathan Hall QC and Ben Lloyd appeared for the Ministry of Defence in the inquest into the death of three army reservists from heat illness during a march across the Brecon Beacons. The inquest...

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David Perry QC

Chambers and Partners describes David 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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Rosemary Davidson

Rosemary's practice covers extradition and all areas of public and administrative law, with particular focus on immigration, prison law and national security work. She has been recommended as an...

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Peter Ratliff

Peter 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...

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Serious Fraud Office v Kallakis and Williams

Britain’s largest ever mortgage fraud, leading to the conviction of a Greek property tycoon described in the press as “Britain’s most successful serial confidence trickster” for a £780...

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 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 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....

Re A (Conjoined Twins)

The case of the ‘conjoined twins’ concerning necessity as a defence to a charge of murder.

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, 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...

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.