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We are a leading multi-disciplinary set with a proud reputation for being professional, approachable and modern. Our Members, including 5 Queen’s Counsel and 48 juniors, have an enviable back catalogue of high-profile and complex matters across a range of practice areas.
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Chris Johnston secures acquittal at Old Bailey in GBH trial involving the use of a truck as a weapon.
Success for Pamela Brain in Historic Abuse Case.
ACQUITTAL AGAINST THE ODDS FOR FUAD QC AND McADDY AT THE OLD BAILEY
Amjad Malik QC successfully prosecutes wide reaching conspiracy
Chambers Welcome New Tenant Diana Constantinide
Richard Carey-Hughes QC Leads Paul Webb in Multi Handed Murder
Yasin Patel Defends In On Going Terrorism Trial At The Central Criminal Court
George Hepburne Scott has been invited to lecture at the 2018 International Extradition Conference to be held in Sarnico, Italy in June 2018
Yasin Patel achieves successful appeal in Fraud & Money Laundering Case
Chiara Maddocks secures dramatic acquittal in serious sexual assault trial at the Central Criminal Court.
Please follow link below to read George Hepburne Scotts article on extradition published in the New Law Journal. ... Read More
Military jurisprudence seeks to regulate both service and civilian injustices. Every fighting force throughout history has found itself Read More
The case of Acting Colour Sgt Alexander Blackman, commonly known as Marine A, is a controversial one. The actions of our servicemen are Read More
Servicemen do not usually dwell upon their rights. Theirs is a life for those who can place duty before entitlements. Servicemen are ... Read More
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