Anne Jeavons > Chambers of Ewan McQuater QC and Adrian Beltrami QC > London, England > Lawyer Profile
3 Verulam Buildings Offices
3 Verulam Buildings
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General commercial practice, including banking, insurance, civil fraud, professional negligence, financial services, insolvency and company law.
Called 2008; Middle Temple. Former solicitor, Linklaters LLP (trainee 2005-07; associate, commercial litigation 2005-07).
The Chase High School; Jesus College, University of Oxford (BA (Hons); BCL).
Travel, reading, painting, diving.
Lawyer Rankings(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 5
Anne Jeavons – 3 Verulam Buildings ‘ A 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. ’(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 3
Anne Jeavons – 3 Verulam Buildings ‘ Anne 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.