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Miss Felicia Davy
Cited as a leading junior in General Crime by Chambers UK and both General Crime and Crime: Fraud by The Legal 500, Felicia is described as “a skilful, credible and cogent advocate who leaves no stone unturned in her case preparation” and is “entirely unflappable in court”.
Often instructed in high profile cases, Felicia defends and prosecutes individual and corporate clients at the highest level, dealing with the most serious and complex criminal cases and regulatory breaches. This includes actions brought by the SFO, NCA, SOCA, FCA and HSE. Recent cases include allegations of murder/manslaughter, modern day slavery, trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation, serious fraud, bribery, major drugs conspiracies and multi-complainant non-recent serious sexual offences.
Felicia is an approved vulnerable witness trainer and is experienced in representing and cross-examining those with a learning impairment requiring the assistance of an intermediary and/or with a mental health diagnosis.
Police Appeals Tribunal Chair (2016 – current)
SFO panel (B list) (2009 – current)
CPS Grade 4 General Crime (since 2015)
CPS Organised and Serious Crime Panel (2012 – current)
CPS Specialist Fraud Panel (2012 – current)
CPS Rape and Serious Sexual Offences Panel (2012 – current)
Health and Safety Executive (B list) (2012 – current)
Criminal Bar Association
South Eastern Circuit
Association of Regulatory & Disciplinary Lawyers (ARDL)
Health and Safety Lawyers’ Association (HSLA)
Kings College London Postgraduate Medical Law Short Course – Coroners & Inquests given by former Chief Coroner of England & Wales, HHJ Peter Thornton QC (2020)
LLB (Law with German)
Lawyer Rankings(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 4 (Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 3
Felicia Davy –Red Lion Chambers ‘She is a first-class junior. Very thorough and organised. Good with her leader to whom she will give the best possible solutions to any issue in the trial. I found her refreshingly independent minded and an able and nerveless advocate. She takes her role as counsel very seriously and forms excellent working relationships with solicitors and clients.’