Guy Williamson BEM QPM

Year of Call: 2002
Appointed on the Safeguarding Panel of The Lawn Tennis Association


Vice Chair of the British Boxing Board of Control


Guy has a commanding presence in the courtroom which he uses to good effect.  His imposing figure stems from former careers as a senior police officer and super heavyweight amateur boxing champion.

Guy has significant experience in the successful defence of trials for robbery, offences against the person and public order, sexual offences, drug trafficking and POCA applications, fraud, and immigration related cases. In addition he has undertaken police disciplinary hearings and courts martial. Guy appears in courts and tribunals at every level.

He has a keen interest in sports law, the regulation and governance of sport, and the interaction between sport and the criminal law.



Guy was decorated with the Queen’s Police Medal for distinguished service in 2004.

During his 28 years of police service, he was the holder of a Chief Constable’s Commendation.



He was formerly European Amateur Super Heavyweight Champion, Chief Coach to the British  Amateur Boxing Federation Team at the Police Amateur Boxing World Championships in Calgary.

1997 World Championship Gold Medal winner for the Super Heavyweight division at San Jose

1985 and a Gold Medal Winner in the same category at the Arizona, 1984 and Sydney, 1988 P.E.S. Olympiads.

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