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Chambers of Karim Khalil QC and Andrew Campbell Tiech QC

35 BEDFORD ROW, LONDON, WC1R 4JH, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7404 1881
Fax:
Fax 020 7404 1991
DX:
332 LONDON
Email:
Web:
www.drystone.com

Edward Renvoize

Tel:
Work 020 7404 1881
Email:
Web:
www.drystone.com
Drystone Chambers (Chambers of Karim Khalil QC and Andrew Campbell Tiech QC)

Work Department

Criminal law, mental health law, fraud.

Position

Ed Renvoize has developed an impressive practice having undertaken a common law pupillage before specialising in criminal law. His practice has since become focused upon financial crime and drug offences although he regularly undertakes cases of serious violence, sexual offences and firearms offences. From 2007 to 2009 Ed practised as a criminal defence attorney at a leading law firm in the Cayman Islands and has an excellent knowledge of inter-jurisdictional criminal offending.

Much of his case load in the Cayman Islands was financial crime but in addition he undertook the gamut of criminal offences ranging from murder and very serious sexual offences to possession of cannabis.

Ed has been regularly instructed by the complex case unit of the CPS and equally receives instructions in complex and paper heavy cases for the defence. That experience coupled with his work in the Cayman Islands has exposed him to substantial expert evidence including DNA, gun shot residue and forensic accountancy.

In addition to his Crown Court and tribunal work he appears in the Court of Appeal and has been instructed on a number of occasions to pursue appeals upon referral.

He is qualified to accept instructions from the public by way of direct access. Please see the associated page for further information about how you can instruct Ed to represent you for your case.

Other Experience

Ed is a contributing author to Westlaw Insight and has previously lectured BVC students as well as being invited to deliver a specialist video lecture on dealing with defendants with mental health issues by the College of Law.

Career

Called to the Bar 2004
Called to Cayman Islands Bar 2007
London School of Economics BA (International History)
College of Law PGDL

Member

Member of Lincoln’s Inn
CBA, HSLA
Grade 4 Prosecutor (CPS)
Young Fraud Lawyers Association
CPS serious crime panel
CPS rape panel counsel

Education

London School of Economics (BA International History); College of Law (PGDL).


Regional Bar : South Eastern Circuit

Crime

Within: Crime – Leading juniors

Edward Renvoize - Drystone ChambersVery experienced in firearms, sexual offences and serious violence cases.

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