Nadeem Holland > The 36 Group > London, England > Lawyer Profile

The 36 Group
Gray's Inn, 4 Field Court
London
WC1R 5EF
England

Work Department

36 Crime

Position

Nadeem’s practice focuses on cases of financial wrongdoing, serious organised crime and homicide. Nadeem is highly sought after by both defence solicitors and prosecution agencies.

Nadeem is ranked as a leading junior in the 2022 Edition of the Legal 500.

Career

Call: 2006.

Areas of experience:
Financial Crime
Serious & Complex Crime
Homicide
Cybercrime

Languages

English

Memberships

Appointments

– Serious Fraud Office (SFO) Panel Advocate – Panel B
– CPS Advocate Panel Member – Level 4
– Fraud Specialist Panel Member
– Serious Crime Specialist Panel Member
– Proceeds of Crime Specialist Panel Member
– Lead Advocacy Tutor for Lincoln’s Inn
– Deputy District Judge

Memberships

– Fraud Lawyers Association
– Proceeds of Crime Lawyers Association
– South Eastern Circuit

Lawyer Rankings

London Bar > Crime

(Leading Juniors)Ranked: Tier 4

Nadeem Holland – The 36 Group ‘Nadeem speaks with a quiet authority and in way which both juries and judges find attractive.’

Regional Bar > Midland Circuit > Crime (general and fraud)

(Leading Juniors)Ranked: Tier 2

Nadeem HollandThe 36 Group ‘Calm, thorough, formidable advocate, meticulous case preparation.’

The 36 Group is a ‘good all-round chambers’ with a set of ‘good quality advocates’ and strong presence in the Midlands circuit. Mary Prior KC is ‘particularly good at questioning vulnerable witnesses’ and recently handled a murder case involving complex medical evidence. Sarah Gaunt handled a case of a widescale and country-wide sophisticated ATM theft conspiracy. Nadeem Holland prosecuted and convicted a thirteen-defendant drug conspiracy case, in which all defendants were convicted. Samuel Skinner is an ‘ambitious and astute lawyer with excellent judgement’ and prosecuted around 109 defendants in dozens of linked trials of conspiracy to supply drugs. Mary Loram KC and William Harbage KC, as were, have been appointed circuit judges, based in Chelmsford and Nottingham respectively.