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Three Raymond Buildings
3 RAYMOND BUILDINGS, GRAY'S INN
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Patrick Gibbs QC
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.
Called Middle Temple (Benefactors Law Scholarship; 1986 LJ Sachs Scholarship); QC 2006.
Criminal Bar Association; Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers; Fraud Lawyers Association.
Eton College; Christ Church, Oxford (1984 BA PPE); City University (1985 Dip L).
Arsenal FC; Marylebone Cricket Club.
Lawyer Rankings(Leading Silks) Ranked: Tier 1
Three Raymond Buildings is ‘an excellent set of chambers with a wealth of talent‘. Its consistent representation in inquests leverages off the set’s backbone of criminal and regulatory expertise, while several of its members are coronial law experts who appear both in inquests and claims for judicial review of coroners’ decisions. Patrick Gibbs QC acted in the Sean Benton inquest, which concerned a recruit who killed himself at the Deepcut barracks following bullying and abuse, while Stephen Walsh QC represented the London Fire Brigade in phase one hearings of the public inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the 2017 Grenfell Tower fire. In recent cambers news, Matthew Butt QC took silk in 2020 strengthening the set at the senior end.