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UK Bar Guide
Firm Profile

Charter Chambers

Firm Profile

London

  • Profile
  • 33 John Street
  • London
  • Greater London
  • UK
  • WC1N 2AT

Firm profile submitted by Charter Chambers

The Chambers Charter Chambers is a busy multi-disciplinary set that specialises in criminal, regulatory and common law with expertise in a variety of fields of work at all levels of seniority. It is noted for having a number of recognised leaders of the Bar in their respective fields.

  • Nicholas Rhodes QC (1981) (QC-2008) + A
  • Neil Hawes QC (1989) (QC-2010) A
  • Henry Grunwald OBE QC (1972) (QC-1999) A
  • Jerome Lynch QC (1983) (QC-2000) A
  • David Martin-Sperry (1971)A
  • Calvin Jackson (1975) A
  • Mark Tomassi (1981) A
  • Thomas Buxton (1983) A
  • David Taylor (1986) A
  • Neil Guest (1990) A
  • Michael Lavers (1990)
  • Paul Phillips (1991) A
  • Dr Mary-Teresa Deignan (1991) A
  • Claire Robinson (1991) A
  • Louise McCullough (1991)
  • Sean Kivdeh (1992) A
  • Tana Adkin (1992) A
  • Dr. Andreas O’Shea (1992)
  • Julia Flanagan (1993) A
  • Ragveer Chand (1994)
  • Martin Goudie (1996) A
  • Jason Cross (1998) A
  • Roderick James (1999) A
  • Alexander Dos Santos (1999) A
  • Leila Gaskin (2000) A
  • Darren Snow (2001) A
  • Rajinder Gill (2001) A
  • Nicholas Dixey (2002)
  • William Davis (2003) A
  • Lorna Hackett (2003)
  • Tyrone Silcott (2004) A
  • Rishy Panesar (2004)
  • Chloe Barton (2006) A
  • David Wood (2007)
  • Grace Pelly (2007)
  • Kathryn Pitters (2008)
  • Oliver Renton (2008) A
  • Clea Topolski (2008)
  • Briony Molyneux (2009)
  • Wafa Shah (2009)
  • Peter Melleney (2010)
  • Laura Bayley (2010)
  • Gareth Thomas (2011)
  • Leeann Mohammed (2011) +
  • Sam Roake (2011)
  • Tasmin Malcolm (2011)
  • + Recorder A Public/Direct Access

Work Undertaken

UK

Criminal:
(Defence and prosecution). The set advises on and appears in the most serious and high-profile criminal cases in the UK which encompass a vast range of offences, including murder, sexual offences, cybercrime and organised crime. It is noted for its advice and advocacy in this complex and demanding area of work.

Financial Crime & Regulation:
The set also has a long established reputation for advising on and appearing in national and international high-profile cases of fraud, corruption, bribery, money-laundering, restraint and confiscation of assets and associated financial offences. The set is well known for its ‘end-to-end’ advice from early raid to trial in this specialised area of practice. It advises on and conducts corporate investigations.
Professional Discipline & Regulation: It is one of the principal sets in the UK for healthcare regulation and is instructed on behalf of a number of healthcare regulators and their members, undertaking work on behalf of both. The set also regularly advises on and appears in other regulatory and disciplinary fields including, aviation, lawyers, financial, accountants and sports.

The set has additional expertise in:
Inquests & Inquiries; Extradition & mutual legal assistance; Civil & commercial law (including arbitration); Public law: Employment; Immigration; and Licensing law.
Public Access certified.
Certain Members are litigation certified.

INTERNATIONAL The set has strong ties with Bermuda, Turks and Caicos, Somaliland and the Cayman Islands. Members are experienced in dealing with international cases and have appeared in courts in various jurisdictions. Members lecture on their areas of expertise domestically and internationally.

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