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Julian Evans

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QEB Hollis Whiteman (Chambers of Mark Ellison QC)


Julian Evans specialises in criminal practice, prosecuting and defending. He also prosecutes in regulatory proceedings for the General Medical Council, the General Dental Council, and the General Social Care Council. He undertakes a wide range of criminal work and has specialised in the prosecution of large-scale and complex cases. At the Central Criminal Court, he has prosecuted in a large number of serious cases, including Operation Trident murder investigations, multi-handed murder and manslaughter cases. He has also appeared on behalf of the prosecution in the Court of Appeal in relation to appeals against conviction in complex and difficult cases. He undertakes advisory work in relation to aspects of statutory interpretation and the referral of sentences to the Court of Appeal. He has developed a significant prosecution practice encompassing a wide range of offences, including complex fraud, serious sexual and violent offences, and large-scale conspiracy offences. He has also defended in a number of serious cases, including high-level conspiracies to rob, complex fraud, murder and manslaughter cases, as well as defending in other cases covering a wide variety of offences. In the area of regulatory work, he has prosecuted a large number of cases before regulatory tribunals and has prosecuted cases on behalf of the General Medical Council and the General Dental Council. He was appointed Junior Treasury Counsel in 2009.


Called Middle Temple 1997. Julian Evans has experience of prosecuting and defending in a large number of serious and complex criminal cases, including high-profile murder prosecutions (Regan & ors), high-profile robberies and conspiracies to rob (Securitas, Millennium Dome, Swissport), large-scale and complex fraud (Mead & ors), and police corruption (Dizaei). He has been instructed to prosecute in a large number of multi-handed murder cases. He has been instructed by various divisions of the CPS to prosecute in and advise on a wide variety of cases involving police corruption, covert policing, extradition and confiscation. He has advised on issues of statutory interpretation on behalf of the Attorney General’s Office and advises on potentially lenient sentences. He was a Treasury Counsel monitoree from 2007-09, and was appointed Junior Treasury Counsel to the Crown in March 2009. He has experience in a variety of appellate, advisory and regulatory work.


Criminal Bar Association; Association of Regulatory & Disciplinary Lawyers; registered with the Bar Council Public Access Directory; Public Access Bar Association (PABA).


Emmanuel College, Cambridge University (BA Hons (Cantab)); Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University.

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Crime (general crime)

Within: Crime (general crime) – Leading juniors

Julian Evans - QEB Hollis WhitemanInvolved in high-profile cases as senior treasury counsel.

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