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Chambers of P Mendelle QC, G Carter-Stephenson QC & J Dein QC

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LONDON, WC1R 4HD, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7067 1500
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Fax 020 7067 1507
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1043 LONDON CHANCERY LANE
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www.25bedfordrow.com

Jeremy Dein QC

Tel:
Work 020 7067 1500
Email:
25 Bedford Row (Chambers of P Mendelle QC, G Carter-Stephenson QC & J Dein QC)

Position

Huge experience in defending the gravest, most serious, complex and high-profile cases. Including some of the most significant criminal trials of our time. Unrivalled involvement in homicide cases at the Central Criminal Court. Also defends in serious sex, organised crime and private crime. Particular interest in appellate work.

Career

Called 1982; Silk 2003, Sexual offences ticketed Recorder 2004, Judical College Course tutor 2012, Old Bailey recorder 2015. Former CBA Director of Education. Has written and lectured in UK and abroad, most recently in: Florida, Delhi, Seoul (South Korea), Hong Kong (Chinese University). Joint Head of Chambers, Head of Crime Group, 25  Bedford Row. +

Member

Criminal Bar Association Director of Education 2008-2012. Has served on many bar committees and criminal justice working parties.

Education

Queen Mary, University (LLB Hons).


London Bar

Crime (general crime)

Within: Crime (general crime) – Leading silks

Jeremy Dein QC - 25 Bedford RowA defence silk whose practice includes murder cases.

Within: Crime (general crime)

25 Bedford Row is ‘among the best for general crime, with a large pool of good trial advocates’. The set exclusively defends in criminal cases, including a significant proportion of the most challenging publicly funded work alongside private work for a diverse range of solicitors. Jeremy Dein QC represented grime musician Kano, who was acquitted of GBH with intent and affray after an alleged attack at a private members club in Shoreditch, while Paul Mendelle QC and Michael Neofytou represented a man who was acquitted of both murder and manslaughter after admitting to beating a man to death with a bicycle lock.

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