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. He is in constant demand for cases involving murder, human trafficking and multi-national conspiracies. One of the hardest working Silks around, he has shown a determination to reach the very top of the profession.
Lewis is known for his ability to handle very complex cases but it his relaxed and friendly style that marks him out as a leading jury advocate. Whether sitting with a client in conference or standing before the Court of Appeal, he inspires complete confidence.
Notable cases include: R -v- Vijashinghe (2013) – A 6-Defendant Sri-Lankan gang-related murder trial at The Old Bailey; R –v- Tommy Connors (2013) The first ever prosecution of “Slavery” under the Coroners & Justice Act 2009; R –v- El-Kurd (2013) The largest Bureau de Change money laundering case in the UK to date (£200 Million) ; R -v- M (2012) – A nationwide art fraud Conspiracy.