Set Profile > Furnival Chambers > London, England

Chambers of Oliver Blunt QC & Sally O'Neill QC
Furnival Chambers

Proceeds of crime (POCA) and asset forfeiture

Leading Juniors

Lisa Freeman - Furnival ChambersShe has a razor-sharp intellect and her advice is robust and pragmatic; a POCA expert.
Ranked: Tier 2

Crime Tier 3

Furnival Chambers is 'a very solid criminal set' with 'talented individuals', who mostly defend but also handle complex prosecution cases. Stephen Moses QC and Ben Gordon represented two police officers who were accused of the gross negligence manslaughter after a female prisoner died by suicide whilst they were on duty; both defendants were acquitted. On the prosecution side, Shannon Revel was instructed as junior counsel by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) to prosecute seven members of the Hell's Angels and Red Devils motorcycle clubs in Slough for the premeditated attack on a rival club; all defendants were convicted. In 2020, Frida Hussain QC took silk.

Rising stars

Shannon Revel - Furnival ChambersShannon is a formidable advocate who commands the respect of opposing advocates and judges, with her calm and unassuming demeanour. She takes pride in her thorough preparation of a case, which enables her to make complex legal submissions with apparent ease. Her dedication to her clients and ethos of leaving no stone unturned, set her apart from other advocates in the field. Whether she is prosecuting or defending Shannon gives her all to a case.
Ranked: Tier 1

Leading Silks

Philippa McAtasney QC - Furnival ChambersPhilippa is an exceptional advocate, a great communicator, tactical thinker and puts even the most difficult clients at ease.
Ranked: Tier 2
Stephen Moses QC - Furnival ChambersStephen commands the respect of both his peers and Judges; he is truly accomplished and inspires confidence in his lay and professional clients that he will advance a case effectively and to the best advantage. He is hugely experienced and has featured in some of the most serious and high profile cases in the country. I would have no hesitation in describing him as a highly skilful barrister that Junior lawyers will always learn from.
Ranked: Tier 3
Charles Sherrard QC - Furnival ChambersFearless and hard working. Highly persuasive advocate. A compelling and authoritative presence who fights tirelessly for his clients.
Ranked: Tier 3
Oliver Blunt QC - Furnival ChambersOliver Blunt is one of the outstanding silks of his generation. His long experience gives him a sense of strategy in cases which few of his contemporaries can come anywhere close to matching. Were I in trouble, he would be my first port of call.
Ranked: Tier 3
Caroline Carberry QC - Furnival ChambersShe is a formidable opponent whose polished, calm and authoritative advocacy is quite simply brilliant. A tough, forensic and graceful advocate.
Ranked: Tier 3
Giles Cockings QC - Furnival ChambersHe embodies what it means to be a silk. A master tactician and a very clever lawyer, with outstanding judgement, his submissions and cross-examination are always meticulous. He has an excellent manner in court, and is trusted by judge, jury and opponents alike. His appellate work is of the highest quality. He is very professional, always courteous, and a pleasure to have as an opponent.
Ranked: Tier 3
Caroline Haughey QC - Furnival ChambersAn unparalleled leader in the field of modern slavery cases; charismatic and can play hard when needs be. She is truly inspiring. Her determination, hard work and leadership qualities are exceptional.
Ranked: Tier 4
Sally O'Neill QC - Furnival ChambersShe commands respect from all in her presence. Very approachable, she can handle the most difficult client. Her legal submissions are flawless, when she speaks you stop and you listen. She takes every point and argued on behalf of her client. A remarkable lawyer.
Ranked: Tier 4

2019 Silks

Julia Smart QC - Furnival ChambersAlways calm under pressure. Her preparation, decision making and judgement are outstanding. She is a worthy addition to the rank of QC.

2020 Silks

Leading Juniors

Alexia Power - Furnival ChambersAlexia has excellent judgement and is a persuasive advocate. Her knowledge of the law and legal arguments are flawless. She knows the law, a real sharp brain. Client care is outstanding especially with young and/or vulnerable defendants. An asset to every case she is instructed in.
Ranked: Tier 2
Ben Gordon - Furnival ChambersFearless and robust; a junior with charm and flair. A fearless defender who is able to win the trust of his client. Always willing to go the extra mile. Excels at jury advocacy, with a understated and effective style.
Ranked: Tier 3

Craig Harris - Furnival Chambers ‘A powerful and persuasive advocate who is able to deal with novel and complex issues with ease. He provides clear and considered advice. An ability to build an immediate rapport with lay clients even in the most testing of circumstances.

Ranked: Tier 3
Adam Morgan - Furnival ChambersAdam is a very effective advocate. He is measured, well-prepared and adopts an extremely persuasive and structured style which often had the desired effect of persuading the tribunal to agree with his submission. A forensic and serene advocate.
Ranked: Tier 3
Joel Smith - Furnival ChambersJoel is a superb advocate of real integrity and outstanding talent. He will clearly reach the very top of the profession. He is great to deal with, responds promptly to queries, has an instinctive understanding of the dynamics between different parties in each case and uses this to great effect. His knowledge of the law is excellent and it is always a pleasure to be in a case with him.
Ranked: Tier 3
Jon Swain - Furnival ChambersHis case preparation is thorough and comprehensive. His advocacy in court is to a very high standard. In cross-examination, he is able to be tenacious while remaining polite and calm. He is very personable, dedicated and approachable.
Ranked: Tier 3
Lucy Tapper - Furnival ChambersLucy takes attention to detail seriously. She treats each individual case with care and she will be hands on with ensuring that the client is fully prepared with knowing the case inside out. She is very charismatic and steady under fire, with the ability to charm juries.
Ranked: Tier 3

Fraud: crime Tier 3

A 'solid, reliable set' with some 'very good fraud practitioners', Furnival ChambersDavid Durose QC is acting for the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) in a multi-defendant boiler room case worth £3m concerning the sale of coloured diamonds. In another matter, Charlotte Yarrow was instructed for the defence of an individual, one of ten defendants, concerning a large-scale fraud and money-laundering case worth £25m; her client was the only defendant who was acquitted of the charges.

Leading Silks

Giles Cockings QC - Furnival ChambersGiles in an undoubted heavyweight in the fraud arena. He has great experience in this field, and uses that experience to devastating effect in advancing his client's case. He has a shrewd tactical brain.
Ranked: Tier 3
Charles Sherrard QC - Furnival ChambersHe is simply excellent at understanding complex and detailed financial concepts and transactions and has the rare quality of being able to explain this material in ordinary language making it accessible to all. He is an excellent and engaging jury advocate who is capable of holding the interest of the courtroom even when dealing with difficult and detailed material.
Ranked: Tier 3

2019 Silks

David Durose QC - Furnival ChambersExcellent analytical skills combined with a structured practical approach. A strategic thinker. A captivating cross-examiner, with an intuitive way of addressing the jury.

2021 Silks

Charlotte Yarrow QC - Furnival ChambersUtterly charming, extremely effective advocate, with a great capacity to remain cool under pressure and to put her case soundly and effectively. Her no-nonsense approach disarms witnesses and judges in equal measure.

International crime and extradition Tier 3

Furnival Chambers houses 'a strong extradition team' made up of 'talented practitioners', including the 'formidableCatherine Brown who successfully defended the requested person in Hoxhaj v The Government of Albania. The case concerned an extradition request that was made for the individual for alleged offences of murder and attempted murder linked to a historical blood feud in Albania in 1996. The 'methodical' Nicholas Hearn is described as having 'an encyclopedic knowledge of extradition law and an analytical approach to cases which lets him quickly distill the important points'. 'Talented and able advocate' Joel Smith combines being junior treasury counsel with an extradition practice spanning high-profile cases which includes being a member of the legal team representing the USA which is seeking the extradition of Julian Assange. 'Tenacious and approachable', Amanda Bostock is well-respected for prosecution work, in particular, due to her 'robust cross-examination skills'.

Leading Juniors

Amanda Bostock - Furnival ChambersA staunch advocate who is sharp on her feet; confident, meticulous and talented. Her written work is clear, logical and well-argued. Her arguments are well-researched and based on an excellent knowledge and understanding of extradition law.
Ranked: Tier 1
Nicholas Hearn - Furnival ChambersHugely experienced extradition junior. Smart and punchy advocate. Creative lawyer.
Ranked: Tier 1
Joel Smith - Furnival ChambersJoel provides clear strategic direction and knows the law inside out. He is a formidable opponent and an intelligent focused leader.
Ranked: Tier 1
Catherine Brown - Furnival ChambersCatherine is a highly proficient extradition practitioner. She has significant experience in all aspects of extradition, a good feel for cases and a strong grasp of principle. In court, she is a captivating and highly effective advocate. She is measured and dependable, a fighter, but one who picks her battles.
Ranked: Tier 2
Julia Farrant - Furnival ChambersVery approachable, and incredibly thorough in her case preparation.
Ranked: Tier 2


Leading Juniors

Craig Harris - Furnival ChambersCraig is a passionate lawyer, whose commitment to a case is admirable and does not go unnoticed by clients. He thinks carefully about the arguments he wishes to make and works collaboratively when preparing for a case.
Ranked: Tier 3

Set overviews: England and Wales

Furnival Chambers has strong expertise in crime, fraud, and extradition matters. In recent news, Harry MacDonald, formerly of Westgate Chambers, joined the set in January 2020 and Frida Hussain QC took silk in March 2020.



Fred Cross is an excellent extradition clerk who is polite, charming and can work miracles with the notoriously difficult Administrative Court listing office!

They are on top of their game and they have an excellent structure to ensuing nothing gets missed. They present themselves in a professional manner and they work in a presentable fashion, namely their officers are tidy and organised.

The clerks at Furnival are the best in the business. Truly wonderful to work with and all are a safe pair of hands. The knowledge of the clerks of their barristers is unrivalled which means they are able to match the right barrister with the right lay client and solicitor client.

The admin staff and billing department are very efficient and ensure that all fees are claimed expeditiously which avoids issues for solicitors of receiving fee notes when the case has already been billed.

The Clerks at Furnival Chambers are a Solicitors dream, they are approachable, understandable and always do their utmost to service the needs of the Solicitors.


Excellent all round set. Charlie Sherrard QC and Michael Holland QC are right at the top of criminal defence silks at present.

Extremely competent set of criminal defence chambers.

Furnival chambers are a collegiate group of solidly experienced advocates. Every one is a pair of safe hands.

Furnival Chambers are a one-stop shop for criminal defence matters, whether it be from their excellent junior team to their top notch group of QCs.

Furnival Chambers are a very unique set of chambers. They are accommodating to every need that the solicitor needs.

I have always found Furnival Chambers staff to be approachable and accommodating, diligently ensuring cover for even last minute instructions. They are respected amongst my colleagues foe crime and extradition, and rightfully so.

I find them to be a very professional and capable set of barristers who prepare their cases well and are a pleasure to appear in cases with, whether prosecuting or co-defending.

Furnival is a leading criminal set. It is progressive, forward thinking, well managed and run. Furnival Chambers is committed to providing the highest quality of service to both its lay and professional clients.

They often put on good training and update seminars which are always well presented and relevant to latest developments in extradition law. All of their Counsel are very knowledgeable.

The Rolls Royce of chambers – the senior clerks run things I wish every chambers would operate the way they do. Always have counsel availability and willing to go the extra mile with helping to find someone at short notice.

They continue to offer the greatest range of expertise across both junior and Silk level at the Bar.

Very strong regarding equality and diversity with a modern forward looking clerks room.


Furnival Chambers is regarded as one of the country’s leading Criminal & White Collar sets offering an impressive and high quality list of advocates and advisors. Members specialise across practice areas of Serious and Organised Crime, Financial Crime, Bribery & Corruption, Gross Negligence Manslaughter, Regulatory / Professional Discipline, Asset Forfeiture and Extradition. Chambers’ reputation is best exemplified by involvement in most of the recent major criminal and white collar trials to be heard from Fraud to Murder, and from Gross Negligence Manslaughter to Extradition. The quality of service extends to its progressive clerking team led by a senior clerk with a justified reputation for efficiency and integrity. Individuals, professionals and corporate clients instruct chambers either through solicitors, professional advisers, or on a public direct access basis.


Members of Chambers are renowned for appearing in high-profile criminal and white collar cases, both for the defence and the prosecution. They appear in the Crown Court, Divisional Court, Court of Appeal, Privy Council and Supreme Court, as well as the European Court of Human Rights and before Regulatory / Disciplinary panels. Members undertake high-profile work on behalf of or against the Financial Conduct Authority, HM Revenue and Customs, the Serious Fraud Office, the Department of Work and Pensions, the Crown Prosecution Service, the Football Association and other sports and disciplinary/regulatory bodies. Members also regularly advise corporates on issues concerning the Bribery Act 2010.

Furnival Is a ‘go to set’ for high-profile, complex cases and those involving novel law including defending in the first ‘Judge alone trial’; the first Bribery Act prosecution; the first Modern Slavery trial (and most of the subsequent significant cases under MSA); and the first successful FGM trial (both prosecution and defence). Members have experience in cold cases and Criminal Case Review Commission applications and also conduct cases in Commonwealth & other jurisdictions (including the Caribbean).

WORK UNDERTAKEN Chambers enjoys particular expertise in the following fields:

Corporate & Financial Crime. Chambers offers considerable experience in all areas of corporate and financial (white collar) crime in both UK & international jurisdictions. Members advise companies and National Newspapers on issues arising out of the Bribery & Corruption Act 2010; Members are instructed on some of the largest high value fraud and asset forfeiture cases in recent years including Operation Yuletide (a merchant banker assisting in the laundering of €100m defrauded from a Dutch shipbuilding company), Operation Banjax (£100m VAT fraud), Operation Stagecoach (£7m rare earth metal boiler room), bribery allegations within the building and construction industry (Polycarpou). Other recent high profile frauds have included UBS Rogue Trader Case (Adoboli), Goldman Sachs (Wilkins), and multi-million carbon credit fraud (R-v-H) as well as the first professional cricket ‘spot fixing’ case. Members experience includes all forms of fraud, MTIC/VAT tribunal hearings, market abuse including insider dealing and rate manipulation, through to asset recovery, forfeiture, restraint and confiscation. Members are also experienced in providing specialist advisory services to clients, both individual and corporate both generally (in relation to compliance) and in connection to specific investigations. Members have been retained to advise and act for and against the SFO, FCA (FSA), CPS, UKBA, the police, HMRC and public companies and high-net worth individuals in international / multi-jurisdictional proceedings, recently including global dividend-arbitrage and withholding tax reclaim investigations and the Alstom bribery investigation.

Serious & Organised Crime: Chambers has long been instructed in top-end work at trial and appellate levels including R-v-Twomey, the first Judge alone trial, the first post-Jogee murder appeals, the News International phone hacking (Operation Elvedon) trials, the Hatton Garden heist, the ‘Pentonville murder’ trial, the Jodie Chesney murder, the Stephen Lawrence murder, the murder of ‘Baby P’, the ‘Witchcraft murder’ Ife -the successful defence of those tried for the death of a family member following ‘botched exorcism’, the ‘Gypsy Slavery’ cases, Operation Fort (Panorama featured) – one of largest MSA prosecutions, as well as the Jonty Bravery case and the Sally Challen appeal, to name but a few.

Terrorism: Members have appeared in terrorism trials for decades including the Gloucester shoe bomber, the first Al Qa’eda funding prosecution post 9/11, the Afghan Stansted hijacking, the ‘Ricin’ conspiracy, a number of recent Al Qa’eda and Syria-related cases, together with significant IRA trials in the past. As well as trials, members are also instructed in collateral proceedings such as Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures (TPIMs).

Sexual Offences: Members have appeared in Operation Yewtree cases, Operation Goldfinch (Welsh Children’s Home Child Abuse cases); the Aylesbury & Oxford sex ring case, the prosecution of Rolf Harris, the prosecution of the hairdresser convicted of trying to infect ten men he met on Grindr with HIV as well as many serial rapist cases including the ‘West End mini cab rapist’, the M25 rapist, the Steve Cook trial, the Grime artist Solo 45 multiple rape trial and cases of historical rape and sexual abuse. Individuals have been recognised for their skills in this area, including the recent ‘Barrister of the Year’ award for the work done defending Liam Allen.

Extradition: Members of the team are at the forefront of this specialised area of law and have appeared in a significant number of ground-breaking cases. They advise and represent individuals and foreign governments in extradition proceedings at first instance, before the High Court, the Supreme Court and the European Court of Human Rights. Members are instructed in the highest profile extradition cases of the day including the United States Government request for the extradition of Julian Assange, and the Government of India’s request for ‘diamondaire’ businessman Nirav Modi over alleged $1 billion fraud. Members of the team also provide advice to individuals who are (or may be) subject to Red Notices and are published authors on authoritative texts, including: “A Practical Guide to Interpol and Red Notices” published by Bloomsbury. Recent instructions include US Government v Julian Assange, Government of India v Nirav Modi, Government of India v Singh – re conspiracy to murder Indian politicians and Government of Hungary v Orsos. Members were also involved in the leading authority: Government of the United States of America v Yolanda Cleveland [2019] 1 W.L.R. 4392 – on the law with regard to dual criminality.

Regulatory & Disciplinary: Chambers has a highly regarded regulatory team who provide exceptional representation for the financial industry, the professions, and sports people / staff, before a wide range of disciplinary tribunals. Chambers has vast experience in both acting for and dealing with regulatory and disciplinary proceedings before the SRA, GMC, GDC, GOC, NMC, the HCPC (including the Morecambe Bay Healthcare Trust case, concerning alleged misconduct of midwives leading to the death of a baby and endangerment of another’s life.) Chambers handles all nature of hybrid and related criminal proceedings before the Crown Court, Coroner’s Court (including the London Bridge Inquest), public inquiries and mental health review tribunals. Recent successes include the defence of two prison officers charged with gross negligence manslaughter, following the suicide of a vulnerable inmate. Members also appear before Football Association and other sports regulatory authorities, both for the authorities and individuals / teams concerned.

Clerking & Practice Support:  Chambers Practice Areas benefit from an experienced clerking team, led by senior clerk, Stephen Ball. The clerks are highly regarded, approachable and dedicated and will offer a range of counsel of appropriate experience for the work concerned.



Department Name Email Telephone
Senior clerk Stephen Ball
Deputy senior clerk Joel Mason
Clerks Leon Muir
Clerks Callum Ratcliffe
Clerks Fred Cross
Members of Chambers BLUNT QC, Oliver (1974)
Members of Chambers O'NEILL QC, Sally (1976)
Members of Chambers CARTER-MANNING QC, Jeremy (1975)
Members of Chambers HOLLAND QC, Michael (1984)
Members of Chambers McATASNEY QC, Philippa (1985)
Members of Chambers SHERRARD QC, Charlie (1986)
Members of Chambers SMART QC, Julia (1993)
Members of Chambers CARBERRY QC, Caroline (1995)
Members of Chambers DUROSE QC, David (1996)
Members of Chambers COCKINGS QC, Giles (1996)
Members of Chambers MOSES QC, Stephen (1997)
Members of Chambers HAUGHEY QC, Caroline (1995)
Members of Chambers CONNOR, Gino (1974)
Members of Chambers LATHAM, Michael (1975)
Members of Chambers HADRILL, Keith (1977)
Members of Chambers BENDALL, Richard (1979)
Members of Chambers HEADLAM, Roy (1983)
Members of Chambers SWAIN, Jon (1983)
Members of Chambers BURTON, Charles (1983)
Members of Chambers DEVLIN, Tim (1985)
Members of Chambers BOULTER, Terence (1986)
Members of Chambers WILSON, Graeme (1987)
Members of Chambers MEREDITH, Chris (1988)
Members of Chambers FORSTER, Timothy (1990)
Members of Chambers SIDDLE, Trevor (1991)
Members of Chambers POWER, Alexia (1992)
Members of Chambers TSIATTALOU, Lefi (1992)
Members of Chambers KEARNEY, John (1994)
Members of Chambers SMITH, Emma (1994)
Members of Chambers HUSSAIN, Frida (1995)
Members of Chambers WINSHIP, Julian (1995)
Members of Chambers FRYMANN, Andrew (1995)
Members of Chambers LEAKE, Laban (1996)
Members of Chambers MORGAN, Adam (1996)
Members of Chambers MANSOOR, Parveen (1996)
Members of Chambers MEEK, Susan (1997)
Members of Chambers MATHER, Nicholas (1998)
Members of Chambers HEARNDEN, Richard (1998)
Members of Chambers SHARMA, Neerja (1998)
Members of Chambers YARROW, Charlotte (1999)
Members of Chambers CRIMMINS, Rhiannon (1999)
Members of Chambers O'CONNOR, Charlotte (1999)
Members of Chambers FRASER, Mark (2000)
Members of Chambers COHEN, Ross (2001)
Members of Chambers FAPOHUNDA, Kemi (2002)
Members of Chambers SMITH, Joel (2002)
Members of Chambers TAPPER, Lucy (2002)
Members of Chambers STAPLES, Joanna (2003)
Members of Chambers CHERRETT, Darryl (2004)
Members of Chambers BOUSFIELD, Andrew (2004)
Members of Chambers PANESAR, Rishy (2004)
Members of Chambers FREEMAN, Lisa (2005)
Members of Chambers GORDON, Ben (2005)
Members of Chambers BROWN, Catherine (2005)
Members of Chambers HARRIS, Craig (2006)
Members of Chambers JORDAN, Andrew (2006)
Members of Chambers HEARN, Nicholas (2007)
Members of Chambers BOSTOCK, Amanda (2008)
Members of Chambers BURTWISTLE, Claire (2008)
Members of Chambers BALD, Lisa (2009)
Members of Chambers DOHERTY, Oliver (2009)
Members of Chambers SOLLEY, Yusuf (2009)
Members of Chambers FARRANT, Julia (2010)
Members of Chambers MCCANN, Ronan (2010)
Members of Chambers O'SULLIVAN, Sophie (2011)
Members of Chambers STOCKWELL, Sam (2012)
Members of Chambers KNIGHTS, Mandisa (2013)
Members of Chambers SHARPE, Sophie (2014)
Members of Chambers WAYMONT, Christopher (2014)
Members of Chambers BURTON, Hannah (2014)
Members of Chambers ETEMADI, Sadaf (2014)
Members of Chambers REVEL, Shannon (2014)
Members of Chambers HODGE, Tulay (2014)
Members of Chambers FERGUS-SIMMS, Sahara (2015)
Members of Chambers TAYLOR, Andrew (2015)
Members of Chambers BOESCHE, Iwona (2015)
Members of Chambers GROSS, Edmund (2016)
Members of Chambers BELLAMY, Charlotte (2017)
Members of Chambers SHARPE, Kane (2017)
Members of Chambers BENNETT, Charlotte (2017)
Door Tenant CHARLES-REES QC, John (1972)
Door Tenant MOULSON QC, Peter (1991)
Door Tenant PATEL QC, Sandip (1991)
Door Tenant BAUR, Christopher (1972)
Door Tenant MAY, Nigel (1974)
Door Tenant SHAFI, Imran (1996)
Door Tenant GRATTAGE, Stephen (2000)
Door Tenant DUNKELS, Anthony (2002)
Door Tenant FORDHAM, Chloe (2005)
Door Tenant POWELL, Charlotte (2005)
Door Tenant FRANCIS-BANFIELD, Venescia (2005)
Door Tenant HAYDEN, Stella (2009)
Door Tenant ELTON, Charles (2010
Door Tenant SHERIDAN, Kathryn (2014)
Photo Name Position Profile
 Lisa Bald  photo Lisa Bald Lisa’s practice covers the full spectrum of serious crime – allegations of…
 Christopher Baur  photo Christopher Baur Priority interests in the law surrounding violence, child cruelty, drugs and fraud.…
 Charlotte Bellamy  photo Charlotte Bellamy Called 2017
 Richard Bendall  photo Richard Bendall Specialist practice areas: serious crime, criminal/civil fraud, serious sexual offences, asset forfeiture,…
 Charlotte Bennett  photo Charlotte Bennett Called 2017
 Oliver Blunt photo Oliver Blunt Entirely defence-based practice specialising in murder, terrorism, fraud and drugs cases. Murder…
 Iwona Boesche  photo Iwona Boesche Called 2015
 Amanda Bostock  photo Amanda Bostock Barrister – Extradition/Mutual Legal Assistance/Crime/Prison law
 Terence Boulter  photo Terence Boulter Called 1986
 Andrew Bousfield  photo Andrew Bousfield Called 2004
 David Brock  photo David Brock Called 1984
 Catherine Brown  photo Catherine Brown Called 2005
 Hannah Burton  photo Hannah Burton Barrister
 Charles Burton  photo Charles Burton Called 1983
 Claire Burtwistle  photo Claire Burtwistle Claire specialises in financial crime and is consistently instructed in large, complex…
 Caroline Carberry photo Caroline Carberry Caroline has a high profile practice and is particularly known for her…
 Jeremy Carter-manning photo Jeremy Carter-manning Recent cases: The Iraq War Crimes Court Martial, advising a potential defendant…
 Darryl Cherrett  photo Darryl Cherrett Called 2004
 Giles Cockings photo Giles Cockings Giles Cockings QC is a well-respected Silk in Fraud and Serious Crime.…
 Ross Cohen  photo Ross Cohen Called 2001
 Gino Connor  photo Gino Connor Violent crime: defended and represented the prosecutions in murder cases, including leading…
 Rhiannon Crimmins  photo Rhiannon Crimmins Called 1999
 Tim Devlin  photo Tim Devlin Tim Devlin is regularly instructed by the Crown on his own or…
 Oliver Doherty  photo Oliver Doherty Well-regarded advocate with a quickly developing criminal and regulatory practice. Accepts instructions…
 David Durose  photo David Durose David Durose Q.C. has a criminal practice which largely focuses on prosecuting…
 Sadaf Etemadi  photo Sadaf Etemadi Called 2014
 Kemi Fapohunda  photo Kemi Fapohunda Exclusively criminal practice in both defence and prosecution, though mainly defence work.…
 Julia Farrant  photo Julia Farrant Called 2010
 Sahara Fergus-Simms  photo Sahara Fergus-Simms Called 2015
 Chloe Fordham  photo Chloe Fordham Instructed in the Crown Court and Magistrates’ Court for both prosecution and…
 Timothy Forster  photo Timothy Forster Priority interests: drugs importation, serious fraud, firearms, sexual offences (including those involving…
 Mark Fraser  photo Mark Fraser Called 2000
 Lisa Freeman  photo Lisa Freeman Acts for prosecution authorities (SFO, FCA, CPS, UKBA), companies, court appointed receivers,…
 Andrew Frymann  photo Andrew Frymann Called 1995
 Ben Gordon  photo Ben Gordon Since joining Furnival chambers as a first-six pupil in 2006, Ben has…
 Edmund Gross  photo Edmund Gross Called 2016
 Keith Hadrill  photo Keith Hadrill Keith’s practice encompasses serious and complex fraud, substantial drug importation and supply…
 Craig Harris  photo Craig Harris Call: 2006 Direct Access Qualified Ranked as a leading junior by The Legal…
 Caroline Haughey  photo Caroline Haughey Appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2018 Caroline continues to be instructed in the…
 Roy Headlam  photo Roy Headlam Priority interests: cases of fraud with numerous defendants, firearms, violent crime, drugs…
 Nicholas Hearn  photo Nicholas Hearn Nicholas is a criminal barrister who enjoys complementary practices in extradition and…
 Richard Hearnden  photo Richard Hearnden Specialist practice areas: serious crime, criminal/civil fraud, serious sexual offences, regulation/compliance, health…
 Tulay Hodge  photo Tulay Hodge Called 2014
 Michael Holland photo Michael Holland Called 1984 / Silk 2006
 Frida Hussain  photo Frida Hussain Instructed as a leading junior as well as being led by Queens…
 Andrew Jordan  photo Andrew Jordan Specialist practice areas: serious crime, criminal/civil fraud, regulation/compliance, asset forfeiture, immigration.
 John Kearney  photo John Kearney Criminal practitioner with specialist knowledge of police operations and procedures. Particularly experienced…
 Mandisa Knights  photo Mandisa Knights Called 2013
 Michael Latham  photo Michael Latham Michael Latham has a particular interest in fraud and financial crime. Has…
 Laban Leake  photo Laban Leake Priority interests are drugs and confiscation, white-collar fraud and money laundering, and…
 Harry  MacDonald   photo Harry  MacDonald  Call:2010
 Parveen Mansoor  photo Parveen Mansoor Called 1996
 Nicholas Mather  photo Nicholas Mather Acts alone and as a junior for both prosecution and defence in…
 Nigel May  photo Nigel May Exclusively criminal practice for over 20 years. Defence comprises the majority of…
 Philippa McAtasney photo Philippa McAtasney Called 1985 / Silk 2006
 Ronan McCann  photo Ronan McCann Called 2010
 Susan Meek  photo Susan Meek Susan is an experienced criminal defence barrister. She has been regularly instructed…
 Chris Meredith  photo Chris Meredith Specialist practice areas: serious crime, criminal/civil fraud, asset forfeiture, inquests and public…
 Adam Morgan  photo Adam Morgan Called 1996
 Stephen Moses  photo Stephen Moses All areas of criminal defence work undertaken. Stephen has led a number…
 Charlotte O'Connor photo Charlotte O'Connor Called 1999
 Sally O'Neill photo Sally O'Neill Sally O’Neill QC has been consistently ranked as a leading Silk in crime…
 Rishy Panesar  photo Rishy Panesar Called 2004
 Sandip Patel MCIArb photo Sandip Patel MCIArb Sandip Patel QC is a Barrister with an impressive domestic and international…
 Charlotte Powell  photo Charlotte Powell Specialises in extradition law. As in-house counsel, has advised and represented foreign…
 Alexia Power  photo Alexia Power Alexia is a leading junior and known as an exceptional jury advocate…
Ms Shannon Revel  photo Ms Shannon Revel Called 2014
 Neerja Sharma  photo Neerja Sharma Called 1998
 Sophie Sharpe  photo Sophie Sharpe called 2014
 Kane Sharpe  photo Kane Sharpe Called 2017
 Charlie Sherrard QC photo Charlie Sherrard QC Recognised and ranked in Crime & Financial Crime, Charlie’s practice & name…
 Lefi Siatta  photo Lefi Siatta Called 1992
 Trevor Siddle  photo Trevor Siddle Called 1991
 Julia Smart photo Julia Smart Called 1993 / Silk 2019
 Emma Smith  photo Emma Smith Specialist practice areas: serious crime, criminal/civil fraud, serious sexual offences. Emma Smith…
 Joel Smith  photo Joel Smith Practises in crime and extradition, both defending and prosecuting. Criminal practice involves…
 Yusuf Solley  photo Yusuf Solley Called 2009
 Joanna Staples  photo Joanna Staples Call: 2003
 Sam Stockwell  photo Sam Stockwell Barrister
 Jon Swain  photo Jon Swain Specialises in criminal law, especially large scale drugs cases, white-collar fraud and…
 Lucy Tapper  photo Lucy Tapper Barrister called 2002
 Andrew Taylor  photo Andrew Taylor Called 2015
 Christopher Waymont  photo Christopher Waymont Called 2014
 Graeme Wilson  photo Graeme Wilson Specialist practice areas: serious crime, criminal/civil fraud, serious sexual offences, regulation/compliance, asset…
 Julian Winship  photo Julian Winship In the last three years, Julian has been engaged in seven murder…
 Charlotte Yarrow  photo Charlotte Yarrow Called 1999