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Chambers of Simon Denison QC

21 COLLEGE HILL, LONDON, EC4R 2RP, ENGLAND
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Work 020 3301 0910
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135185 CHEAPSIDE
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www.6kbw.com

David Perry QC

Tel:
Work 020 3301 0910
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6KBW COLLEGE HILL (Chambers of Simon Denison QC)

Position

Described as a ‘phenomenally impressive’ silk who is ‘consistently viewed by peers as one of the hardest working and most committed silks at the Bar’, David Perry QC has a very diverse practice, handling complex domestic cases, advising overseas governments (for example, Mauritius and Bermuda), and is a top extradition expert. David has appeared in most of the important criminal appeals of recent years and is regularly instructed to appear in the Supreme Court, Privy Court and Court of Appeal. As Treasury Counsel, he acted in a wide range of high profile criminal trials. He has also appears in the criminal courts of Hong Kong, the Bahamas, the Cayman Islands, Gibraltar and Northern Ireland. He frequently acts on behalf of the United Kingdom government in cases before the European Court of Human Rights. David has also appeared in shipping inquiries and advised the Government in relation to public inquiries in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

David is a general editor of Blackstone's Criminal Practice.

Career

Called 1980. Standing Counsel to the Department for Trade and Industry 1991; Junior Treasury Counsel 1997; Senior Treasury Counsel 2001; Deputy High Court Judge 2003; Appointed Queen’s Counsel 2006.


London Bar

Administrative and public law (including local government)

Within: Administrative and public law (including local government) – Leading silks

David Perry QC - 6KBW College HillFor public law-related criminal work he is unparalleled.

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Business and regulatory crime (including global investigations)

Within: Business and regulatory crime (including global investigations) – Leading silks

David Perry QC - 6KBW College HillA true specialist.

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Fraud: crime

Within: Fraud: crime – Leading silks

David Perry QC - 6KBW College HillHe advises corporates on fraud investigations.

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International crime and extradition

Within: International crime and extradition – Leading silks

David Perry QC - 6KBW College HillOne of the giants of the English Bar.

Within: International crime and extradition

6KBW College Hillhas some of the stars of the extradition Bar – the set has a wide arrange of excellent options able to assist at short notice when needed’. David Perry QC advised a former JPMorgan trader who was indicted for securities fraud in New York, despite the alleged offending taking place while manging the London office’s synthetic credit trading team; the charges were dropped in the US.

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