Alan Fuller > Chambers of Adam Vaitilingam QC > Bristol, England > Lawyer Profile

Chambers of Adam Vaitilingam QC
Albion Chambers


Alan Fuller is a specialist advocate dealing with regulatory crime and is the regulatory team leader. His experience and expertise has been consistently acknowledged in the Legal 500 directory, where he is listed amongst a handful of such specialists on the Western Circuit. He has built on his extensive experience in the criminal courts to provide an expert advisory and advocacy service tailored to the needs of those working in this field. His approachable and accessible style makes him first choice for many Local Authorities dealing with complex and novel cases, including the South West Regional Trading Standards Enforcement team. He has also been appointed to the approved list of Specialist Regulatory Advocates in Health and Safety and Environmental Law (list B).


Called 1993; Gray’s Inn, Wilfred Getz Scholar


Western Circuit; Criminal Bar Association; Health and Safety Lawyers Association


LLB (Hons) (Warwick)

Lawyer Rankings

Regional Bar > Western Circuit > Business and regulatory crime (including health and safety)

(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 2

Alan FullerAlbion ChambersA formidable advocate who is dogged in his approach to cases while alway maintaining a pragmatic view of the situation.

Albion Chambers‘ regulatory offering focuses primarily on health and safety cases, although members are also instructed in relation to fires safety, Care Quality Commission decisions, and consumer protection regulations. Kate Brunner QC is involved in some of the circuit’s most serious regulatory matters, with recent work including food labelling and allergy issues, such as her prosecution of Pret a Manger, which allegedly did not disclose the presence of sesame seeds in a product, leading to a life-threatening allergic reaction in a customer. Alan Fuller is another key figure in the team, with a broad regulatory practice covering several different sectors and authorities and generally focusing on prosecution.