Ms Alejandra Llorente Tascon > Chambers of Oba Nsugbe QC > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Chambers of Oba Nsugbe QC
Pump Court Chambers
3 PUMP COURT, TEMPLE
LONDON
EC4Y 7AJ
England

Position

Alejandra Llorente Tascon is a specialist Criminal practitioner.

She has a busy criminal practise, frequently appearing in the Crown Court and the Courts Martial on behalf of the Defence and the Prosecution. Alejandra’s practice encompasses a wide range of offences including sexual offences, serious violence, offensive weapons, drugs, financial crime, dishonesty offences, regulatory matters, and POCA. Furthermore, she has experience in dealing with youth and vulnerable defendants and complainants, as well as those with mental health issues.

Throughout all of her cases, Alejandra maintains a strong work ethic which, coupled with her meticulous case preparation, allows her to represent her clients with mastery of the law and the facts.

Career

Called 2016, Inner Temple.

Languages

Alejandra is a native Spanish speaker.

Memberships

  • CPS Advocate Panel Level 2
  • Inner Temple
  • Criminal Bar Association (CBA) Elected Executive Committee Member & Social Mobility Committee Member
  • Association of Regulatory & Disciplinary Lawyers (ARDL)
  • South Eastern Circuit
  • Western Circuit
  • Panel member at the Bar Pro Bono Unit

Education

  • PGDip Bar Professional Training Course, City Law School (2015-2016)
  • LLB(Hons) Law with Spanish, The University of Sheffield (2011-2015)
  • Spanish Law, La Universitat de Valencia (2013-2014)

Lawyer Rankings

Regional Bar > Set overviews: England and Wales

Pump Court Chambers covers the family law piece (both matrimonial finance) along with crime, regulatory, property, commercial, and employment law expertise deployed both in Swindon and Winchester but also in London. Hilary Lennox, a family specialist also called in Ireland, joined from 5 St Andrews Hill, criminal specialist Siân Beaven  joined from now-defunct Charter Chambers and James Byrne is another, civil, new member. Turning to appointments, Mark Ruffell  was appointed Chancellor of the Diocese of Gloucester, a part-time Church of England judicial role, and Alejandra Llorente Tascon  was elected to the executive committee of the Criminal Bar Association.