Mark Harries QC > Chambers of Angus Moon QC and Michael Horne QC > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Chambers of Angus Moon QC and Michael Horne QC
Serjeants' Inn Chambers
85 FLEET STREET
LONDON
EC4Y 1AE
England

Position

Mark specialises in business and financial crime, professional discipline and regulatory work, in particular in the medical legal , and financial sectors. An “outstanding advocate” with “gallons of charm” who is known for his “phenomenal way of cutting through to the heart of a case“, he provides a first class service for private client individuals accused of fraud, serious crime and professional misconduct. He also has a wealth of experience defending murder and manslaughter cases.

Career

Call 1995; Silk 2019

Lawyer Rankings

London Bar > Set overviews: England and Wales

Serjeants’ Inn Chambers is a leading set for police law, and has strength in depth across a number of disciplines, including clinical negligence, Court of Protection, and professional discipline work. In recent news, Angus Moon QC and Michael Horne QC were appointed joint heads of chambers in 2019, while in 2020, Hannah Hinton joined from Drystone Chambers; Chris Hough arrived from Doughty Street; Criminal specialist Mark Harries QC has arrived from Carmelite Chambers. Sophia Roper  has been appointed as Recorder on the Western Circuit; and Sir Robert Francis QC retired from practice after 47 years in chambers.

London Bar > Crime

(2019 Silks) Ranked: Tier 1

Mark Harries QC - Serjeants’ Inn ChambersHis recent elevation to Queens Counsel was thoroughly deserved. His skill in defending criminal cases, at all levels of seriousness, is unrivalled. Most importantly, Mr Harries is always hugely understanding and sympathetic in dealing with all defendants who he represents. This approach is consistently delivered with unwavering charm and professionalism. His work ethic and commitment are exceptional.

London Bar > Fraud: crime

(2019 Silks) Ranked: Tier 1

Mark Harries QC – Serjeants’ Inn Chambers ‘Mark carries significant experience in white collar crime matters and is a robust advocate. He works tirelessly and meticulously to achieve the best outcome for defendants. He is often instructed on cases involving voluminous evidence. A keen strategist who identifies the issues quickly.

Regional Bar > Set overviews: England and Wales

Serjeants’ Inn Chambers is a leading set for police law, and has strength in depth across a number of disciplines, including clinical negligence, Court of Protection, and professional discipline work. In recent news, Angus Moon QC and Michael Horne QC were appointed joint heads of chambers in 2019, while in 2020, Hannah Hinton joined from Drystone Chambers; Chris Hough arrived from Doughty Street; Criminal specialist Mark Harries QC has arrived from Carmelite Chambers. Sophia Roper  has been appointed as Recorder on the Western Circuit; and Sir Robert Francis QC retired from practice after 47 years in chambers.