Anne Jeavons > Chambers of Ewan McQuater QC and Adrian Beltrami QC > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Chambers of Ewan McQuater QC and Adrian Beltrami QC
3 Verulam Buildings
GRAY'S INN
LONDON
WC1R 5NT
England
Anne Jeavons photo

Position

General commercial practice, including banking, insurance, civil fraud, professional negligence, financial services, insolvency and company law.

Career

Called 2008; Middle Temple. Former solicitor, Linklaters LLP (trainee 2005-07; associate, commercial litigation 2005-07).

Education

The Chase High School; Jesus College, University of Oxford (BA (Hons); BCL).

Leisure

Travel, reading, painting, diving.

Lawyer Rankings

London Bar > Commercial litigation

(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 5

Anne Jeavons3 Verulam BuildingsA strong advocate with a command of the detail and the ability to convey complex matters in very simple terms. Anne is also user-friendly and approachable. Overall, Anne is an excellent junior who solicitors really enjoy working with.

London Bar > Proceeds of crime (POCA) and asset forfeiture

(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 3

Anne Jeavons3 Verulam BuildingsAnne is the star junior for proceeds of crime/asset forfeiture work. She is on the NCA and SFO panels. She is highly-rated by both those agencies. She is extremely bright, an excellent lawyer and a superb junior. She has impressive powers of analysis which enable her to work through very complex issues.

An ‘increasing force in POCA work and asset forfeiture’, the set at 3 Verulam Buildings specialises in acting for government agencies involved in civil recovery procedures. Andrew Sutcliffe QC and Anne Jeavons are acting for the CPS in CPS v Aquila Advisory Ltd, which concerns the interaction of a confiscation order and a claim by the company against its directors. Sutcliffe QC is also involved in National Crime Agency v Odewale & Yadav, also leads Theodor Van Sante, in a claim by the NCA for a recovery order. Tom Rainsbury has been instructed by the NCA in the Hajiyeva unexplained wealth order case.