Set Profile > 187 Fleet Street Chambers > London, England

Chambers of Andrew Trollope QC and Richard Christie QC
187 Fleet Street Chambers
187 FLEET STREET
LONDON
EC4A 2AT
England

Crime (general and fraud) Tier 2

Members of 187 Fleet Street Chambers both prosecute and defend in the full range of criminal matters including murders, large-scale fraud, rape and serious sexual offences involving vulnerable clients and witnesses such as children. Matthew Bagnall  and Sasha Bailey defended one of four West African stowaways who attacked the crew of a cargo vessel bound for Tilbury, among other things throwing faeces at the Special Boat Service commandos sent to regain control of the vessel - all four defendants were acquitted of a hijacking offence but convicted of affray.

Leading Silks

Richard Christie QC - 187 Fleet Street ChambersHe is diligent, articulate, has an eye for detail and is highly respected by judges and his peers.
Ranked: Tier 1

Leading Juniors

Matthew Bagnall - 187 Fleet Street ChambersHe is extremely adept at all forms of electronic working and able to prepare and analyse cell-site and CCTV in a way that is second to none.
Ranked: Tier 2
Sasha Bailey - 187 Fleet Street ChambersShe is an excellent all-round advocate.
Ranked: Tier 3
Neil FitzGibbon - 187 Fleet Street ChambersHe combines intellect with an ability to articulate argument in an attractive persuasive manner.
Ranked: Tier 3
Peter Guest - 187 Fleet Street ChambersHe has long been a leader in his field, with an exclusively defence practice focusing on serious fraud.
Ranked: Tier 3
Christopher Kerr - 187 Fleet Street ChambersHe has an impressive cross-examination style - courteous, quiet but very effective; a fine advocate in court.
Ranked: Tier 3
Donal Lawler - 187 Fleet Street ChambersHe has a very good forensic mind and is always accessible to answer or research the answers to difficult questions.
Ranked: Tier 3
Emma Nash - 187 Fleet Street ChambersShe is very dogged, determined and always on top of every detail in a case.
Ranked: Tier 3
James Onalaja - 187 Fleet Street ChambersIntelligent, meticulously researched, charismatic, and understanding of challenging clients and their needs.
Ranked: Tier 3

Business and regulatory crime (including global investigations)

Leading Silks

Gideon Cammerman QC - 187 Fleet Street ChambersA silk who is fierce in the defence of his clients. Gideon is one of the stars of his chambers.
Ranked: Tier 2

Fraud: crime

Leading Silks

Simon Mayo QC - 187 Fleet Street ChambersA class operator. Simon is a superlatively sure-footed, insightful and conscientious leading counsel. He is highly tactically astute and is capable of leading large teams effectively by being able to see many steps ahead and to identify the potential advantages and pitfalls of each available course. He is wonderfully responsive with clients and hugely sympathetic to their needs.
Ranked: Tier 3

Leading Juniors

Peter Guest - 187 Fleet Street ChambersPeter is a class act with tremendous authority and presence in the courtroom. He has a wealth of experience defending in the most serious fraud and organised crime trials. It is extraordinary how much detail he can keep in his head, allowing him to conduct skilful cross-examination in complex cases.
Ranked: Tier 3
Greg Unwin - 187 Fleet Street Chambers He is very clever. His knowledge of the law is first class and he is able to apply it to any problem that I have thrown at him. Very bright, and thinks outside the box.
Ranked: Tier 4

Crime Tier 4

187 Fleet Street Chambers is 'an excellent set', housing 'extremely able criminal barristers'. Chambers prosecute and defend across a broad range of matters; recent examples include Mozammel Hossain QC representing Haroon Akram in a multi-defendant trial for the murder of a bouncer – Akram was convicted of manslaughter. On the junior end, Brian Reece defended a transgender man who was acquitted on allegations of two cases of sexual misconduct that allegedly took place 15 years apart, following a successful application for the severance of the indictment.

Leading Silks

Jason Bartfeld QC - 187 Fleet Street ChambersA proactive, persuasive, and tactful negotiator.
Ranked: Tier 3
Richard Christie QC - 187 Fleet Street ChambersHe leaves no stone unturned. Very calm and collected in presentation and an excellent communicator with varying audiences. Works well and is inclusive of others ensuring thorough explanations, sharing of knowledge and forsees issues to deal with them effectively.
Ranked: Tier 3
Simon Mayo QC - 187 Fleet Street ChambersAn excellent handler of witnesses in chief and cross-examination.
Ranked: Tier 3

2019 Silks

Mozammel Hossain QC - 187 Fleet Street ChambersMozammel is a powerful, passionate and flamboyant advocate. He has a uniquely engaging style that captures the attention of the jury. Excellent judgement about what constitute the real issues in the case. A determined fighter with a charming jury manner.

Leading Juniors

Neil FitzGibbon - 187 Fleet Street ChambersA fearless tactician, he will take necessary points even if doing so will be unpopular with the court. He combines intellect with industry.
Ranked: Tier 3
Rebecca Lee - 187 Fleet Street ChambersShe both defends and prosecutes serious cases.
Ranked: Tier 3
Ranked: Tier 3
Greg Unwin - 187 Fleet Street ChambersHe has a very quick mind which means that he is normally a step ahead of the rest. He is a very effective and well-rounded advocate. Notwithstanding his no-nonsense style he is equally capable of sensitive cross-examination of a vulnerable witness. He is extremely hard working and when being led he is adept at anticipating those tasks that need to be done without having to be asked.
Ranked: Tier 3
Avirup Chaudhuri - 187 Fleet Street ChambersHe works with an air of calm reassurance.
Ranked: Tier 3

Set overviews: England and Wales

187 Fleet Street Chambers specialises in general crime and fraud work. The set has been strengthened following the arrival of five former members of Charter Chambers: Nicholas Rhodes QC, Mark Tomassi, Sean Kivdeh, Andreas O’Shea, and Jason Cross. In other news, James Onalaja  has been admitted to list of specialist counsel at the new International Criminal Tribunal for Kosovo and elected to the International Criminal Court Bar Association Amicus and Training Committees.

Testimonials

Clerks:

Clerks always provide an excellent, professional service. Head clerk, John Pyne, will always go the extra mile to ensure counsel are available for hearings.

Clerks provide an excellent and professional service. Head clerk, John Pyne, never lets you down.

Clerk’s room is excellent; I have had outstanding service though-out, in particular from Senior Clerk John Payne, who in my experience has been charming, efficient, reliable and helpful. He is one of the best, and certainly one of the friendliest Senior Clerks around.

John Pyne (senior clerk) is up there with the best. He is friendly and always at the end of the phone.

John Pyne is straight and reliable and one of my preferred clerks.

John Pyne is a brilliant clerk who is always available to assist in finding a barrister even when you have to instruct someone at the last minute.

Steve Parr is an able and ambitious 1st junior clerk.

Supportive clerks who always ensure that they provide suitable counsel, often at short notice and on occasions where private funding needs to be discussed, they are very realistic and reasonable in the fees they quote. There are out of office contacts should an emergency arise.

The clerks are always efficient and approachable, and always ready to problem solve for their professional clients.

The clerks are always friendly and helpful. The senior clerk, John Pyne, is very easy to deal with and always keen to help.

The clerks are invaluable and always helpful. If its possible to juggle diaries around they will to adapt to listing changes.

Set:

187 Fleet Street has many barristers who are extremely able criminal barristers.

187 Fleet Street is a leading set of chambers with many highly skilled and experienced advocates who are instructed by both defence solicitors and prosecuting agencies. Their members combine first class legal knowledge with formidable courtroom advocacy. They always provide effective handling and management of complex cases and sensitive issues.

187 Fleet Street is an excellent all-round set of Chambers which specialises in high quality advocacy in all tax and criminal cases.

187 Fleet Street is an excellent set of chambers with a number of highly respected practitioners who are leaders in their field. They are able to offer expertise across the full spectrum of general crime and financial crime. Professional clients speak highly of the service that they receive from the set.

187 is a traditional criminal set. The membership has strength in depth and can provide a comprehensive service from the Magistrates’ Court to the Supreme Court.

Chambers has a depth of talent at all levels and a healthy balance of defence, prosecution, regulatory and tax work.

Members of 187 Fleet Street are known for being friendly and approachable. It is an excellent set at which to undergo pupillage, with no sense of tenants looking down on pupils.

The set is very accommodating and always make every effort to have instructed counsel available.

Regional Bar > South Eastern Circuit > Crime (general and fraud) Tier 2

Members of 187 Fleet Street Chambers both prosecute and defend in the full range of criminal matters including murders, large-scale fraud, rape and serious sexual offences involving vulnerable clients and witnesses such as children. Matthew Bagnall  and Sasha Bailey defended one of four West African stowaways who attacked the crew of a cargo vessel bound for Tilbury, among other things throwing faeces at the Special Boat Service commandos sent to regain control of the vessel - all four defendants were acquitted of a hijacking offence but convicted of affray.

Leading Silks

Richard Christie QC - 187 Fleet Street ChambersHe is diligent, articulate, has an eye for detail and is highly respected by judges and his peers.
Ranked: Tier 1

Leading Juniors

Matthew Bagnall - 187 Fleet Street ChambersHe is extremely adept at all forms of electronic working and able to prepare and analyse cell-site and CCTV in a way that is second to none.
Ranked: Tier 2
Sasha Bailey - 187 Fleet Street ChambersShe is an excellent all-round advocate.
Ranked: Tier 3
Neil FitzGibbon - 187 Fleet Street ChambersHe combines intellect with an ability to articulate argument in an attractive persuasive manner.
Ranked: Tier 3
Peter Guest - 187 Fleet Street ChambersHe has long been a leader in his field, with an exclusively defence practice focusing on serious fraud.
Ranked: Tier 3
Christopher Kerr - 187 Fleet Street ChambersHe has an impressive cross-examination style - courteous, quiet but very effective; a fine advocate in court.
Ranked: Tier 3
Donal Lawler - 187 Fleet Street ChambersHe has a very good forensic mind and is always accessible to answer or research the answers to difficult questions.
Ranked: Tier 3
Emma Nash - 187 Fleet Street ChambersShe is very dogged, determined and always on top of every detail in a case.
Ranked: Tier 3
James Onalaja - 187 Fleet Street ChambersIntelligent, meticulously researched, charismatic, and understanding of challenging clients and their needs.
Ranked: Tier 3

187 Fleet Street is a long established and well-respected leading crime, fraud and regulatory law set, providing representation at every level for the prosecution and the defence, in both publicly and privately funded instructions and also directly through the Public Access Scheme.

Chambers comprises a highly skilled and supportive group of 7 Queen’s Counsel and 58 junior barristers, including 5 Recorders, combining excellent strategic skill and academic ability with tenacious and formidable courtroom advocacy.

A key strength of chambers lies in the breadth and depth of experience of its members who are regularly instructed in the most high-profile cases often attracting media interest nationally and internationally.

Chambers has particular expertise in serious fraud and white-collar crime, as well as homicide, terrorism, sexual offences, revenue cases, money laundering and all forms of serious organised crime. A wealth of experience is also offered in respect of VAT tribunals, police discipline, professional regulation, Trading Standards, Courts-Martial, judicial review, parole board hearings, mental health reviews, prison law, health and safety, sports law, inquests, extradition, human rights, licensing, and all road traffic related matters.

Members prosecute at all levels for the Crown Prosecution Service, HM Revenue & Customs, the Serious Fraud Office, the Financial Conduct Authority, Local Authorities and Government Departments. Members of Chambers have also been involved in a number of high profile private prosecutions. A number of members have been appointed to the Attorney General’s List.

Members are supported by an excellent clerking team, led by a very experienced senior clerk.

Corporate Crime & Serious Fraud: Cases include those involving market rigging in share issues and takeovers, cartels and price fixing, advance fee, high yield investment/ponzi and ‘boiler room’ frauds, fraudulent trading/Phoenix, money laundering/confiscation, MTIC cases involving a wide web of contra trading companies, off shore finance institutions and offshore banking evidence, VAT/excise evasion and revenue cases.

MTIC/ diversion cases include: Operations Vitric, Venison, Vex, Carina, Campaign, Domic, Tulipbox (carbon credits) and Devout. Other fraud cases include: the Cheney pension fraud, the Dome fraud, Ikea fraud/corruption case, SFO prosecution of ‘Lord’ Edward Davenport, SFO Pharmaceutical cartel case, R v Peter Storrie (Harry Redknapp case), R v Henderson, Operation Amazon (HMRC’s largest ever case), R v B – £17million gold fraud, R v H – Dentist prosecuted for multi-million pound tax fraud based on participation in a tax avoidance scheme and alleged falsification of records. SFO prosecutions of Jeffrey Revell Reade (the ‘Wolf of Wimbledon’ £70m boiler room scam). R v Nascimento and others – FCA investigation into a complex international investment fraud, R v Guralp – SFO investigation into international bribery and corruption, advising the ICO in relation to the investigation into Facebook and Cambridge Analytica.

Members of Chambers also have specialist knowledge and experience of acting both for the Revenue and the taxpayer before the First Tier Tax/Upper Tribunals.

Serious Crime: Murder, serious sexual offences, including a large number of historical cases, large scale drugs conspiracies, conspiracies to import and supply extremely large volumes of class A drugs, offences against the person, terrorism offences, bribery and corruption. Cases have included the Joss Stone murder plot; R v Ian Watkins and others (involving lead singer of the Lostprophets); R v Davis (Conspiracy to hack SOCA and News International); R v Connors (first ever modern slavery trial); terrorist conspiracies to murder (Heathrow and transatlantic flights); the fertiliser bomb plot (Operation Crevice); the Tonbridge Securitas robbery; the murder of the private eye, Daniel Morgan, which is linked to the News of the World phone-hacking case, the Stephen Lawrence case and alleged police corruption, R v Abrams (attempted murder of George Harrison), successful defence of Headmaster and businessmen charged with historical sexual offences including incest, R v Rafiq (defending in the first ever prosecution of any end user of trafficked labour in the UK), R v Bergin and others (attempted murder/aggravated burglary of millionaire businessman shot in his own home), R v Rooney (vast modern slavery trial) R v Dr Ian Paterson, prosecution of the ‘rogue surgeon’ who performed unnecessary mastectomies on patients. R v Ali (Westminster Bridge Terrorism trial), R v B (father charged with murder of 8 week old son – ’shaken baby’ case involving evidence from experts in 6 separate areas of medical expertise), R v Raza and others – carefully planned gangland killing of a rival drug dealer.

Members of chambers have been appointed to review ‘Rough Justice’/historic appeal cases and have particular expertise in this area. They have been engaged to act on behalf of both prosecution and defence in such cases, including receipt of instructions on a Direct Access basis. They have also regularly been instructed by the Criminal Cases Review Commission in judicial reviews of the Commission’s refusal to refer cases to the Court of Appeal, including in the cases of Jeremy Bamber and Kenneth Noye.

Professional Regulation: A number of members of Chambers have been instructed by, or have represented regulated persons before various regulatory bodies including ACCA, NMC, GDC and GMC. Members are also experienced at representing professionals and military personnel accused of serious offences.

Sports: Members of Chambers have represented individuals before the British Horseracing Authority, the British Judo Association, the Rugby Union Disciplinary Tribunal, England & Wales Cricket Board and represented Peter Storrie in the Portsmouth Football Club case which was in relation to allegations that key officials at Portsmouth football club manipulated the sale and transfer of players so as to minimise payments to HMRC.

Public Inquiry Work: Members of Chambers are instructed in the Inquiry into Undercover Policing and the Dame Linda Dobbs review.

Department Name Email Telephone
TROLLOPE QC, Andrew (1971) andrewtrollope@187fleetstreet.com
CHRISTIE QC, Richard (1986) richardchristie@187fleetstreet.com
JANNER QC, Daniel (1980) danieljanner@187fleetstreet.com
MAYO QC, Simon (1985) simonmayo@187fleetstreet.com
BARTFELD QC, Jason (1995) jasonbartfeld@187fleetstreet.com
CAMMERMAN QC, Gideon (1996) gideoncammerman@187fleetstreet.com
HOSSAIN QC, Mozammel (2001) hossainm@187fleetstreet.com
REECE, Brian (1974) brianreece@187fleetstreet.com
GUEST, Peter (1975) peterguest@187fleetstreet.com
RENOUF, Gerard (1977) gerardrenouf@187fleetstreet.com
PIGOT, Diana (1978) dianapigot@187fleetstreet.com
RIMMER, Anthony (1983) tonyr@187fleetstreet.com
HUGHES, Gareth (1985) garethhughes@187fleetstreet.com
LACHKOVIC, James (1987) jameslachkovic@187fleetstreet.com
LYONS, David (1987) davidlyons@187fleetstreet.com
KERR, Christopher (1988) christopherkerr@187fleetstreet.com
VANSTONE, Grant (1988) grantvanstone@187fleetstreet.com
DAVEY, Kate (1988) katedavey@187fleetstreet.com
NEWTON, Andrew (1989) andrewnewton@187fleetstreet.com
WOODS, Terence (1989) terencewoods@187fleetsteet.com
FITZGIBBON, Neil (1989) nfitzgibbon@187fleetstreet.com
HAMILTON SHIELD, Anna (1989) annahamiltonshield@187fleetstreet.com
CHAUDHURI, Avirup (1990) avichaudhuri@187fleetstreet.com
FITCH-HOLLAND, Andrew (1990) afh@187fleetstreet.com
BRIGHT, Rachel (1991) rachelbright@187fleetstreet.com
POTTS, Richard (1991) richardpotts@187fleetstreet.com
BURRINGTON, Richard (1993) richardburrington@187fleetstreet.com
BAGNALL, Matthew (1993) matthewbagnall@187fleetstreet.com
SINGH DOBE, Kuljeet (1993) kuljeetdobe@187fleetstreet.com
KERSH, Daniel danielkersh@187fleetstreet.com
HUSAIN, Laureen (1997) laureenhusain@187fleetstreet.com
BUTLER, Adam (1997) adambutler@187fleetstreet.com
MOSTAFA, Margia (1999) margaimostafa@187fleetstreet.com
CLARK, Peter (2000) peterclark@187fleetstreet.com
MILROY, Caroline (2000) carolinemilroy@187fleetstreet.com
SHARMA, Neelam (2000)
PUNJANI, Yasmin (2000) yasminpunjani@187fleetstreet.com
O'KANE, Sarah (2001) sarahokane@187fleetstreet.com
NASH, Emma (2001) emmanash@187fleetstreet.com
BAILEY, Sasha (2002) sashabailey@187fleetstreet.com
BAIRD, David (2003) davidbaird@187fleetstreet.com
HUGHES, Henry (2003) henryhughes@187fleetstreet.com
LEE, Rebecca (2004) rebeccalee@187fleetstreet.com
HAYHURST, Ben (2004) benhayhurst@187fleetstreet.com
MORGAN, Matt (2004) mattmorgan@187fleettsreet.com
ONALAJA, James (2004) jamesonalaja@187fleetstreet.com
KEIGHLEY, Anna (2006) annakeighley@187fleetstreet.com
UNWIN, Greg (2008) gregunwin@187fleetstreet.com
LAWLER, Donal (2008) donallawler@187fleetstreet.com
CHOTALIA, Satya (2008) satyachotalia@187fleetstreet.com
DEWJI, Ali (2010) alidewji@187fleetstreet.com
WARNER, Harry (2011) harrywarner@187fleetstreet.com
FOLARANMI, Timothy (2010) timfolaranmi@187fleetstreet.com
MONAHAN, Daisy (2012) daisymonahan@187fleetstreet.com
DUNCAN SMITH, Edward (2011) edduncansmith@187fleetstreet.com
SETTER, Daniel (2011) danielsetter@187fleetstreet.com
EDWARDS, Liam (2014) liamedwards@187fleetstreet.com
CAPPER, Gavin (2015) gavincapper@187fleetstreet.com
NUTTER, Kathryn (2013) katenutter@187fleetstreet.com
HUSSAIN, Vakas (2014) vakashussain@187fleetstreet.com
UNDERWOOD, Alfred (2016) alfredunderwood@187fleetstreet.com
WORDEN,Tom (2017) tomworden@187fleetstreet.com
LEVACK, Robert (2015) robertlevack@187fleetstreet.com
COX, Sebastian (2016) sebastiancox@187fleetstreet.com
Photo Name Position Profile
 Mathew Bagnall  photo Mathew Bagnall Matthew handles exclusively criminal cases, for both the defence and the prosecution.…
 Sasha Bailey  photo Sasha Bailey Sasha Bailey practises in criminal law, predominantly defence work, but also specialises…
 David Baird  photo David Baird Criminal practitioner who prosecutes and defends. Experienced in complex criminal cases involving…
 Jason Bartfeld QC photo Jason Bartfeld QC Specialist criminal defence and sports law barrister. Experienced in matters involving homicide,…
 Judith Benson  photo Judith Benson Judith Benson has 20 years’ experience in criminal law, having practiced as…
 Rachel Bright  photo Rachel Bright Barrister with extensive experience in all areas of crime; in recent years…
 Richard Burrington  photo Richard Burrington Having initially developed a mixed common law practice covering areas in crime,…
 Adam Butler  photo Adam Butler Adam’s practice consists of all areas of criminal defence work, particularly serious…
 Gideon Cammerman QC photo Gideon Cammerman QC Gideon Cammerman QC is a highly experienced and robust advocate in fraud,…
 Gavin Capper  photo Gavin Capper Before joining Chambers Gavin qualified as a criminal defence solicitor for a…
 Avirup Chaudhuri  photo Avirup Chaudhuri Avirup Chaudhuri has been in chambers for 15 years, during which time…
 Satya Chotalia  photo Satya Chotalia Satya meticulously prepares his cases and fearlessly represents his clients’ interests. He…
 Richard Christie QC photo Richard Christie QC Specialises in all areas of criminal work, particularly serious fraud, murder and…
 Peter Clark  photo Peter Clark Wide-ranging criminal practice, defence and prosecution (CPS Grade 4 and rape panel),…
 Kate Davey  photo Kate Davey Kate Davey has practiced in criminal law for over twenty years. She…
 Ali Dewji  photo Ali Dewji Ali Dewji was called to the Bar in 2010 and joined chambers…
 Kuljeet Dobe  photo Kuljeet Dobe Extensive experience in serious crime – including homicide, sexual offences, drugs conspiracies,…
Mr Edward Duncan Smith  photo Mr Edward Duncan Smith Ed came to the Criminal Bar after a number of years practising…
 Liam Edwards  photo Liam Edwards Liam was called to the Bar in 2014 and has joined Chambers…
 Andrew Fitch-Holland  photo Andrew Fitch-Holland Andrew was educated in the USA and England and called to the…
 Neil Fitzgibbon  photo Neil Fitzgibbon Neil is a successful criminal defence barrister called to the Bar in…
 Timothy Folaranmi  photo Timothy Folaranmi General Crime Timothy has a broad based criminal practice that covers the…
 Peter Guest  photo Peter Guest Peter Guest is consistently ranked by ‘Chambers Guide to the UK Legal…
 Anna Hamilton Shield  photo Anna Hamilton Shield Anna Hamilton-Shield has over twenty years experience at the criminal bar. She…
 Ben Hayhurst  photo Ben Hayhurst Ben practices in heavyweight crime and tax litigation. He both prosecutes and…
 Mozammel Hossain  photo Mozammel Hossain Mozammel Hossain has been described by the Court of Appeal as an…
 Gareth Hughes  photo Gareth Hughes Over the past 25 years, Gareth has developed a reputation as an…
 Henry Hughes  photo Henry Hughes Henry Hughes is a specialist criminal practitioner. His practice is predominantly defence…
 Laureen Husain  photo Laureen Husain Laureen Husain is a criminal practitioner who predominantly defends. She has extensive…
 Vakas Hussain  photo Vakas Hussain Vakas joined Chambers in April 2018 following the successful completion of his…
Mr Daniel Janner  photo Mr Daniel Janner High profile cases include: The Heysel Stadium football extraditions; The Knightsbridge Safety…
 Anna Keighley  photo Anna Keighley Anna’s practice has a strong focus on asset recovery, by invitation she…
 Christopher Kerr  photo Christopher Kerr Christopher Kerr is an expert in fraud, money laundering, confiscation, and regulatory…
 Daniel Kersh  photo Daniel Kersh Daniel Kersh has over 25 years’ experience in criminal law, having practiced…
 James Lachkovic  photo James Lachkovic Both defence and prosecution practices, including work for HM Customs and Excise.…
 Donal Lawler  photo Donal Lawler Donal has a wide-ranging criminal defence practice, including fraud, money laundering and…
 Rebecca Lee  photo Rebecca Lee Rebecca’s practice comprises predominantly defence work, principally in the Crown Court, but…
 David Lyons  photo David Lyons David Lyons was called to the Bar by Middle Temple in 1987.…
 Simon Mayo QC photo Simon Mayo QC Simon Mayo specialises in the most serious and complex criminal cases. His…
 Caroline Milroy  photo Caroline Milroy
 Dasiy Monahan  photo Dasiy Monahan Daisy gained tenancy at 187 Fleet Street in April 2015 and appears…
 Matt Morgan  photo Matt Morgan Primarily a defence practitioner, Matthew has experience in all areas of serious…
 Margia Mostafa  photo Margia Mostafa Margia practices in all areas of crime, fraud and financial regulation. The…
 Emma Nash  photo Emma Nash A specialist in criminal law, Emma is an experienced and able advocate…
 Andrew Newton  photo Andrew Newton Andrew Newton is a highly experienced counsel both for the prosecution and…
Miss Kate Nutter  photo Miss Kate Nutter Kate was called to the Bar in 2013 and joined Chambers after…
 James Onalaja  photo James Onalaja James Onalaja has nurtured a diverse common law practice with particular emphasis…
 Sarah O’Kane  photo Sarah O’Kane Sarah defends and prosecutes all manners of crime; she is a Level…
 Diana Pigot  photo Diana Pigot Since her call in 1978 Diana has practiced entirely at the Criminal…
 Richard Potts  photo Richard Potts Richard Potts practices predominantly in East Anglia, where he both defends and…
 Yasmin Punjani  photo Yasmin Punjani Yasmin practises in all areas of general crime, defending and prosecuting all…
 Brian Reece  photo Brian Reece A substantial and continually growing practice featuring prosecution and defence of serious…
 Gerard Renouf  photo Gerard Renouf Gerard Renouf is a criminal practitioner of considerable experience who both prosecutes…
 Anthony Rimmer  photo Anthony Rimmer Mr Rimmer’s practise encompasses all aspects of serious crime, including homicide, complex…
 Daniel Setter  photo Daniel Setter Daniel joined Chambers in April 2017 following the successful completion of his…
 Neelie Sharma  photo Neelie Sharma Neelam practices in all areas of criminal law, both prosecuting and defending…
 Andrew Trollope QC photo Andrew Trollope QC Recognised for expertise in fraud and serious/organised crime cases. Long-established practice in…
 Greg Unwin  photo Greg Unwin Specialist practitioner in criminal defence and prosecution (CPS panel level 3), including…
 Grant Vanstone  photo Grant Vanstone Grant Vanstone is a leading junior and has wide experience in all…
 Karl Volz  photo Karl Volz A tenacious and highly accomplished advocate, Karl defends and prosecutes a wide…
 Harry Warner  photo Harry Warner Harry has a broad-based criminal practice and regularly appears to prosecute and…
 Terence Woods  photo Terence Woods Terence joined Chambers in 2003 from a common law set, 2 Grays…
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