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Nicholas Corsellis is a highly respected leading counsel whose abilities have allowed him to develop a multi-disciplined practice. His advocacy is extremely attractive and professional and lay clients appreciate his direct and clear approach packaged with diplomacy and courtesy. He is a recognised specialist in high-profile cases ranging from murder, armed robbery and fraud, for example, representing the first defendant at trial in the 2016 Hatton Garden Jewellery Heist, the organiser of the £40 million Graff jewellery robbery, the first defendant the Victoria Station Murder, the Latvian serial rapist and murderer Dembovskis and a 15 year old contract killer (R v G). He has a wealth of experience dealing with sophisticated multi-million pound frauds over the last 15 years and his experience and talents have allowed him to vary his areas of practice to include advising on FCA prosecutions for the defence. He is accredited as a Grade 4 Prosecutor for the CPS and is one of the few specialist rape prosecutors; Nick also defends allegations of sexual crime on a privately instructed basis. He is also sought after to deal with GMC/GDC work and has a niche speciality in sports corruption and regularly appears at the Court of Arbitration of Sport in such cases.


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Haileybury College; Buckingham University LLB Hons Law (1991).


Skiing – started up Ski Verbier in 1992/3 – keen Alpine and Telemark skier when time permits. Tennis – Competing in the Mens Open LTA/Aegon tennis league 2014; Cycling – Previously entered the Etape du Tour. Keen cook; Menus range from French to Malaysian and Thai!