Graham Brodie KC > 33 Chancery Lane > London, England > Lawyer Profile

33 Chancery Lane
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Graham Brodie KC specialises in civil and criminal litigation arising out of allegations of commercial wrong-doing. He has developed a substantial practice defending in prosecutions for white collar crime, and acting for both claimants and defendants in civil fraud claims. He has particular expertise in proceedings concerning bribery and corruption, restraint, freezing and confiscation of assets. Graham has extensive experience of public law and is frequently involved in challenges arising out of criminal investigations, commercial judicial review and proceedings arising out of the conduct of elections. Graham is often asked to provide strategic advice to clients who are subject to investigation, especially those which give rise to issues involving both civil and criminal law.


Called 1989.

Lawyer Rankings

London Bar > Proceeds of crime (POCA) and asset forfeiture

(Leading Silks)Ranked: Tier 2

Graham Brodie KC33 Chancery LaneHugely bright, provides clear and pragmatic advice and very user friendly. Really one of the team and rolls his sleeves up when required.

London Bar > Fraud: crime

(Leading Silks)Ranked: Tier 3

Graham Brodie KC – 33 Chancery Lane ‘Graham is exceptional. He is tactically-astute and a very good strategist who gets results.’

London Bar > Business and regulatory crime (including global investigations)

(Leading Silks)Ranked: Tier 2

Graham Brodie KC33 Chancery LaneFearless, eloquent, and concise advocacy; highly analytical and strategic; collegiate and very hardworking. One of the top business crime and regulatory counsel and one of the very few able to combine a criminal and civil fraud practice.

33 Chancery Lane offers broad commercial fraud expertise, encompassing corporate corruption, money laundering, and regulatory crime, with members acting for clients including corporates and individuals under investigation, prosecuting agencies, and affected parties. The chambers has seen an increase in instructions relating to early-stage investigations by regulators and enforcement bodies, particularly the HMRC, and offers complementary civil fraud and regulatory expertise. Amanda Pinto KC has deep expertise across corporate malfeasance, bribery, and director’s liability cases, acting for both defendants and plaintiffs, and is currently representing the SFO in R v Skeene & Bowers, a global Forex investment fraud case with notable compelled material perjury elements and complex jurisdictional and foreign evidence issues. Graham Brodie KC is noted for his record in fraud and white-collar criminal prosecutions as a defence counsel, and has a particular specialism in Proceeds of Crime Act issues, as does Kennedy Talbot KC, who has defended asset seizure and confiscation proceedings at the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court level, as well as acting for agencies, including representing the FCA in the investigation into the collapse of Worthington Group Ltd and consequent asset freezing.

London Bar > Fraud: civil

(Leading Silks)Ranked: Tier 3

Graham Brodie KC33 Chancery Lane ‘Graham is at the very pinnacle of the profession in this area at the moment. As well as doing top drawer business crime cases, he is unique in that he specialises in civil work conducted in the shadow of possible criminal proceedings.’