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3 Raymond Buildings

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  • 3 Raymond Buildings
  • Gray's Inn
  • London
  • Greater London
  • UK
  • WC1R 5BH

Firm profile submitted by 3 Raymond Buildings

The Chambers A multi-disciplined set with a national and international reputation in criminal and quasicriminal matters.

Head of Chambers Alexander Cameron QC
Senior Clerk Eddie Holland
Tenants 51

  • Alexander Cameron QC (1986) (QC-2003) A
  • Colin Nicholls QC (1957) (QC-1981) A
  • Richard Horwell QC (1976) (QC-2006)
  • Michael Borrelli QC (1977) (QC-2000)
  • Trevor Burke QC (1981) (QC-2001) A
  • Michael Bromley-Martin QC (1979) (QC-2002) A
  • James Lewis QC (1987) (QC-2002)A
  • Jane Humphryes QC (1983) (QC-2003)
  • Simon Farrell QC (1983) (QC-2003) A
  • Patrick Gibbs QC (1986) (QC-2006) A
  • Helen Malcolm QC (1986) (QC-2006) A
  • John Hardy QC (1988) (QC-2008)
  • Stephen Walsh QC (1983) (QC-2009) A
  • Hugo Keith QC (1989) (QC-2009)
  • Hugh Davies OBE QC (1990) (QC-2013) A
  • James Hines QC (1982) (QC-2015) A
  • Jonathan Ashley-Norman QC (1989) (QC-2016) A
  • Alisdair Williamson QC (1994) (QC-2017)
  • Richard Atchley (1977)
  • Neil Saunders (1983) A
  • Ben Brandon (1991) Richard Wormald (1993) A
  • Siza Agha (1994) A
  • Ben Summers (1994) A
  • Saba Naqshbandi (1996) A
  • William Emlyn Jones (1996)
  • Edmund Gritt (1997)
  • Ailsa Williamson (1997)
  • Kevin Baumber (1998)
  • Clair Dobbin (1999)
  • Guy Ladenburg (2000) A
  • Nicholas Yeo (1999) A
  • Sarah Le Fevre (2001) A
  • Matthew Butt (2002) A
  • Ben Watson (2002) A
  • Luke Ponte (2003)
  • Rachel Scott (2004)
  • Rachel Barnes (2004) A
  • Rachel Kapila (2006) A
  • Bo-Eun Jung (2005) A
  • Robert Morris (2008)
  • Emma Collins (2008)
  • Heather Oliver (2010)
  • Patrick Hill (2010)
  • Kitty St Aubyn (2010)
  • John Greany (2012)
  • Daniel Mansell (2012)
  • Eva Niculiu (2013)
  • Reka Hollos (2014)
  • Thomas Bushnell (2013)
  • Rebecca Hadgett (2015)
  • A Public/Direct Access

Crime: The practice encompasses advocacy and advisory work in every aspect of criminal law, including serious violent and sexual crime, terrorism, drug and human trafficking, bribery and corruption, organised crime, child exploitation, cybercrime, breaches of the Official Secrets Act. They also have expertise across all levels of call in restraint, civil recovery and confiscation. Recent cases include advice and representation in respect of charges levelled against Rebekah Brooks and Charles Brooks; charges arising from Operations Elvedon, Sasha and Weeting; Michael Turner; Max Clifford; Stephen Port; the Hatton Garden Robbery.
Fraud & Financial Regulation: Chambers has a long-established reputation in fraud, money laundering, insider-dealing, and anti-competitive conduct. Expertise extends to civil and commercial fraud claims initiated in the UK and abroad. They are also experienced in Financial Services law and are instructed by both the FCA and individuals and corporations in the financial services industry. Members advise in relation to the full range of FSMA matters including authorisation, compliance and enforcement. Recent matters include Alstom; the LIBOR investigation; Rolls Royce; Unaoil.
Extradition & Mutual Legal Assistance: Members have acted in many of the landmark cases of the last 50 years and have helped shape the development of extradition law. They are experts in mutual legal assistance and are instructed regularly by the UK authorities to advise upon and draft letters of request to foreign jurisdictions. They also provide advice and representation to individuals and companies affected by mutual legal assistance requests. Recent cases include Gary McKinnon; Shrien Dewani; Vladimir Antonov; Jack Warner (FIFA).
Public Law: Members appear frequently in judicial review proceedings for both claimants and defendants. They have particular expertise in dealing with applications arising out of extradition proceedings, inquests, decisions relating to the investigation and prosecution of criminal matters, and prison welfare. Past and present members of the ‘A’ Panel of civil Treasury Counsel are instructed in a wide variety of judicial review claims and advise government departments on a range of public law issues.
Inquests & Inquiries: Members are regularly instructed in inquests of the highest importance, most recently the Westminster Bridge and London Bridge Inquests; the Hillsborough Inquest; the ’7/7’ Inquests; Alexander Litvinenko; Mark Duggan; Olaseni Lewis; Henry Hicks. They also have considerable experience in representing core participants and witnesses before Public Inquiries and have been instructed for various parties in some of the most important Inquiries of recent times, including the Grenfell Tower Inquiry; Leveson; Baha Mousa; the Undercover Policing Inquiry and the Independent Inquiry into child sexual abuse.
Regulatory Enforcement: The set provides expert advice and representation on a wide range of statutory regimes that regulate the conduct of public bodies, corporations, and individuals. Members regularly appear for prosecuting authorities and defendants in cases concerning health and safety, fire safety, environmental law, consumer protection, and trading standards. They are also active in the areas of financial regulation and regularly appear before VAT and duties tribunals.


  • 3 Raymond Buildings,
  • Gray's Inn,
  • London,
  • Greater London
  • UK
  • WC1R 5BH
  • Tel (020) 7400 6400
  • Fax (020) 7400 6464
  • DX 237 London
  • Email : [email protected]
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