Alex Jamieson > Chambers of P Mendelle QC, G Carter-Stephenson QC & J Dein QC > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Chambers of P Mendelle QC, G Carter-Stephenson QC & J Dein QC
25 Bedford Row

Living Wage


Recognised as a leading junior barristers in three separate areas of specialism: Crime, Professional Discipline and Regulatory Law & Fraud (including Money Laundering and Asset Forfeiture)

Often represents interested persons in inquest and inquiry proceedings (both families and those under scrutiny). He is currently instructed to represent the bereaved families of those killed in the Manchester Arena Bombing Public Inquiry. He also recently represented the family a young soldier who died at the notorious “Deepcut” barracks, both in proceedings before the High Court and at the re-inquest.

Alex has many years of experience in the litigation of allegations of fraud and of serious organised crime. He tends to be particularly sought after where factually and legally complex allegations are concerned.

As well as providing courtroom representation, Alex advises individuals and corporates, particularly in the areas of regulatory compliance and investigations. Recent clients have included international sporting bodies and household-name corporates.


Called 2007


  • Young Fraud Lawyers
  • Criminal Bar Association
  • Extradition Lawyers Association
  • CyberCrime Practitioners Association


MA (Cantab) in Law, Jesus College, Cambridge University

Lawyer Rankings

London Bar > Professional disciplinary and regulatory law

(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 3

Alex Jamieson25 Bedford RowAlex is a superb barrister. Impressive beyond his years, clever and with excellent judgement, he brings the skills of his criminal practice to this area.

London Bar > Fraud: crime

(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 4

Alex Jamieson25 Bedford RowAlex has the gravitas of someone more senior than his years and his approach to cases is sensible, pragmatic, reasonable and thorough. He meticulously prepares all cases and will run all the possible legal arguments required taking advantage of lapses in procedure to exclude and challenge evidence. He is a class act and someone who can turn his hand to any case. He is popular with clients who find his manner approachable and his willingness to go the extra mile for a client is noteworthy.

London Bar > Crime

(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 3

Alex Jamieson25 Bedford RowHe exudes an aura of control through his calm demeanour. His calmness and measured approach, allows him to engage with lay clients at ease, building respect and confidence with them quickly. Lay clients find his “no nonsense”, “say it as it is” approach reassuring, as it provides clarity.