Alisdair Williamson > Chambers of Alexander Cameron QC > London, England > Lawyer Profile
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Three Raymond Buildings
3 RAYMOND BUILDINGS, GRAY'S INN
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Alisdair has a varied serious crime, fraud and tribunal practice with an emphasis on defence. High profile work in the last year has included murder, fraud and the defence of celebrities accused of sexual offences. He has extensive experience of defending police officers; he also undertakes Inquests and disciplinary tribunals. In silk, his practice has continued to focus upon defending in the most difficult and complex of homicides, fraud, and sexual offences.
Called 1994, Middle Temple. QC 2017
Criminal Bar Association.
Exeter School; Oxford University (1991 BA; MA); City University (1993 Dip LL).
London Bar > Police law (defendant)(Leading Silks) Ranked: Tier 3
‘Excellent set‘ Three Raymond Buildings houses a team of barristers which counts representing officers in disciplinary proceedings as a core area of their expertise. Alisdair Williamson QC successfully defended police constable Andrew Birks, one of five officers charged with alleged misconduct over the death of Sean Rigg which followed the musician’s restraint while in police custody. Also of note, Neil Saunders was instructed in the case of an officer disciplined after using allegedly excessive force on a young person who was in possession of a machete; the officer, a senior black belt, used martial arts training to protect himself.