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Deans Court Chambers

Chambers of Tim Horlock QC

24 ST JOHN STREET, MANCHESTER, M3 4DF, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 0161 214 6000
Fax:
Fax 0161 214 6001
DX:
718155 MANCHESTER
Email:
Web:
www.deanscourt.co.uk
Manchester, Preston

Michael Hayton QC

Tel:
Work 0161 214 6000
Email:
Deans Court Chambers (Chambers of Tim Horlock QC)

Position

Barrister specialising in regulatory crime, crime and professional discipline. Head of criminal team at Deans Court Chambers. Recorder (crime) of the Crown Court from 2012. Regularly appears for companies and individuals in health and safety prosecutions. Instructed to represent medical practitioners in professional discipline hearings, inquests and public inquiries. Prosecutes and defends in all areas of serious crime including murder and white collar fraud.

Career

Called 1993; Lincoln’s Inn; QC 2013.

Member

CBA; Northern Circuit.

Education

Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Blackburn; St Anne’s College, Oxford (1992 MA Jurisprudence).

Leisure

Royal Birkdale Golf Club, Vincents Oxford.


Regional Bar : Northern Circuit

Crime

Within: Crime – Leading silks

Michael Hayton QC - Deans Court ChambersA redoubtable advocate.

Within: Crime

Deans Court Chambers has solid expertise across a spectrum of criminal matters, with advocates acting for the defence and prosecution in high-profile cases of murder, people trafficking, historic and recent sexual abuse allegations as well as multi-defendant drugs conspiracies. The set houses leader of the Northern Circuit Michael Hayton QC.

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Regulatory, health and safety, and licensing

Within: Regulatory, health and safety, and licensing – Leading silks

Michael Hayton QC - Deans Court ChambersHe is a formidable advocate.

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