Greg Unwin > Chambers of Andrew Trollope QC and Richard Christie QC > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Chambers of Andrew Trollope QC and Richard Christie QC
187 Fleet Street Chambers
5 Chancery Lane


Specialist practitioner in criminal defence and prosecution (CPS panel level 3), including fraud and money laundering offences, drug trafficking, serious violence and confiscation proceedings. Also practices in professional disciplinary proceedings for healthcare professionals, extradition proceedings and road traffic law. Recent defence work includes securing acquittals in trials of a £14m money laundering operation, allegations of sexual assault of a child under 13, and a conspiracy to commit armed robberies. Reported cases include Cowan v DPP (2013) 177 JP 474 (whether a university was a public place), R v van Dao [2013] Crim LR 234 (on the scope of the defence of duress, as junior alone against David Perry QC) and R v Ray (2011) 6 Arch Rev 4 (whether a military smoke grenade was a prohibited firearm). Can be instructed directly under the public access scheme.


Called 2008, Middle Temple.


Criminal Bar Association, South Eastern Circuit, Justice.


Queens’ College, Cambridge (MA (Hons) Philosophy); City Law School, London (Graduate Diploma in Law); BPP Law School, London (Bar Vocational Course).

Lawyer Rankings

London Bar > Fraud: crime

(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 4

Greg Unwin187 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.

London Bar > Crime

(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 3

Greg Unwin187 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.