Paul Webb

Year of Call - 2003


“He is a seriously good jury advocate who is always in demand and his friendly but no nonsense approach makes him extremely popular with clients. His attention to detail and meticulous preparation serve him extremely well in complex cases.”

Full Profile

Paul is a London based barrister specialising in serious crime with a particular interest in cases involving firearms, ballistic evidence and scientific analysis and also fraud cases involving ‘real’ property.  He is also frequently requested in complex cases of family law, especially in cases with a mental health dimension.  His knowledge of mobile phone data and cell site analysis has proved invaluable in a number of cases.

Areas of Work

Murder & attempted murder; rape & sexual offences; drugs; firearms; serious violence; vulnerable witness cases & psychiatric issues; fraud; complex family law.  Accredited by the Bar Council to undertake ‘Direct Access’ work.


Criminal Bar Association; South Eastern Circuit.

Inn of Court & Degree: Middle Temple; LLB (Hons)



Cases of note

  • criminal law
    R v S

    Central Criminal Court – Murder.

    R v J F

    14 year old – possession of ‘Mach 10’ machine gun and a large quantity of ammunition.

    R v P F

    Isleworth Crown Court – Large scale cocaine importation.

    R v W

    Harrow Crown Court – Child cruelty.

    R v A & A

    Harrow Crown Court – Aggravated Burglary, Possession of Firearms.

    R v F N

    Southwark Crown Court – Fraud – Large scale Internet & credit card fraud.

    R v T V L

    Southwark Crown Court – Kidnapping & People Trafficking.

    R v F

    Kingston Crown Court – Robbery.

    R v K D

    Central Criminal Court – Rape of a child.

    R v D

    Snaresbrook Crown Court – in excess of one hundred dwelling burglaries.

    R v L M

    St Albans Crown Court – Fraud.

    R v J F

    Kingston Crown Court – Arson with intent to endanger life.

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Regulatory and Disciplinary Law

Sports Law