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Chambers of Alexander Cameron QC

3 RAYMOND BUILDINGS, GRAY'S INN, LONDON, WC1R 5BH, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7400 6400
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Fax 020 7400 6464
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237 LONDON CHANCERY LANE
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www.3rblaw.com

Rachel Scott

Tel:
Work 020 7400 6400
Email:
Web:
www.3rblaw.com
Three Raymond Buildings (Chambers of Alexander Cameron QC)

Position

Crime (particularly fraud), extradition and international law, and public law including inquests. Rachel has notable expertise in financial and corporate crime and is a member of the SFO's A Panel for both crime and proceeds of crime work. She regularly acts in complex fraud, corruption and cartel cases; ongoing instructions include R v Alstom & others, involving alleged bribery by a UK subsidiary of the French transport and energy giant. She advises corporations and charities in respect of their compliance duties under a variety of regulatory regimes. Rachel also appears in civil fraud and contempt proceedings, most recently on behalf of the claimant in a multi-million pound intellectual property fraud. She is frequently instructed in extradition cases both by requesting states and requested persons, including in appeals to the Supreme Court and the Privy Council. She offers specialist advice regarding ‘import’ extradition requests as well as matters of mutual legal assistance. Rachel acts in inquests for families of the deceased, police officers and other interested persons. She has expertise in judicial review proceedings, spanning subjects such as police misconduct and regulation, the scope of the SFO’s compulsory powers, the prisoner licence regime, and the deportation of foreign offenders.

Career

Called 2004. Call 2004, SFO C-Panel 2009, SFO B-Panel 2013. SFO A-Panel 2017

Education

University of Manchester (MusB Hons); post-graduate diploma in law.


London Bar

Fraud: crime

Within: Leading Juniors

Rachel Scott - Three Raymond Buildings ‘ She has fantastic attention to detail. ’

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International crime and extradition

Within: Leading Juniors

Rachel Scott - Three Raymond Buildings ‘ Very experienced in handling extradition work for foreign governments. ’

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