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Chambers of Alexander Cameron QC
Three Raymond Buildings
3 RAYMOND BUILDINGS, GRAY'S INN
LONDON
WC1R 5BH
England
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Position

Advice and advocacy at all stages of criminal and ‘quasi-criminal’ investigations, regulatory and disciplinary proceedings, deaths in custody, inquests and public inquiries. Recent notable work: professional fraud; market abuse; tax avoidance; murder/manslaughter; overseas corruption; LIBOR/EURIBOR; insider dealing; misconduct in public office; sanctions busting; police shootings; money laundering. Recent inquiries:,Deepcut; Litvinenko; Leveson; 7/7; Tomlinson; Saunders; De Menezes; Climbie. For more information go to www.3rblaw.com.

Career

Called Middle Temple (Benefactors Law Scholarship; 1986 LJ Sachs Scholarship); QC 2006.

Memberships

Criminal Bar Association; Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers; Fraud Lawyers Association.

Education

Eton College; Christ Church, Oxford (1984 BA PPE); City University (1985 Dip L).

Leisure

Arsenal FC; Marylebone Cricket Club.

Lawyer Rankings

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

(Leading Silks) Ranked: Tier 1

Patrick Gibbs QCThree Raymond BuildingsA subtle and exceptional cross-examiner.

London Bar > Inquests and inquiries

(Leading Silks) Ranked: Tier 1

Patrick Gibbs QCThree Raymond Buildings‘He consistently turns in first-class performances on all matters on which he is instructed.’

Three Raymond Buildings is an ‘excellent set with great strength in depth‘, which draws on its expertise in the criminal and regulatory fields when representing bereaved families, businesses and public bodies. Patrick Gibbs QC is representing the non-commissioned officers including the sergeant in charge of training, at the inquest into the death of Sean Benton, one of four privates to die at the Deepcut barracks. The set has a strong relationship with the Police Federation; Hugh Davies OBE QC represented police officers involved in the original investigation, which lead to the wrongful convictions of the Birmingham Six, concerning an application by the family of the deceased to resume the inquest into the 1974 pub bombings in the city.