Queen's Counsel Panel
Andrew Jefferies QC has an entirely defence-based practice, dominated by cases of homicide and serious sexual offences.He has particular experience
Lee Karu QC has built his silk practice on complex fraud, murder and sexual offences cases.He is considered to have excellent client skills and is noted for his ability to
Lewis Power QC left behind a hugely successful career as a junior barrister to take silk in 2011. Since then he has risen through the ranks with indecent haste.
Oliver Saxby QC was a popular choice when he was awarded silk. He had built up a substantial junior practice and was highly regarded by all for his effortless court
Philippa McAtasney QC enjoys a reputation as one of the most fearless and skilled advocates at the criminal Bar. A shrewd tactician, she has a wealth
Simon Mayo QC has achieved an even balance between prosecuting and defending the most serious cases London has to offer. A regular choice for murder cases, he has shone in
Richard Barraclough QC is a widely respected Silk with huge experience of homicide cases. Unusually, he has developed a specialism in corporate
Called to the Bar in 1978 and appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2003, Graham Trembath is one of the most experienced barristers in practice. He has taken on all of the most
Silas Reed is widely regarded as possessing great intellect yet remains approachable to clients. He is a leading junior barrister with 20 years' experience of serious financial,
Jonathan Davies prosecutes and defends at all levels. His insight into the prosecution of the most serious violent and sexual cases is considered invaluable by those who instruct him to
Samantha Cohen has two decades’ experience of the London criminal courts. She undertakes all types of criminal cases but has become something of a specialist in fraud and sexual
Flora Page transferred to the Bar after many successful years as a solicitor. She has successfully defended large drug-conspiracies and has a particular interest in financial and sexual crime.
Richard Barton has established a reputation as one of the leading junior barristers on the Southeastern Circuit. The Legal 500 describes him as “a great jury advocate”
Robert Ellison is a former police officer who transferred to the Bar in 1995 after thirteen years’ service. He is regularly instructed in highly complex cases and brings to them