We have brought together skilled advocates with established practices.

Our barristers have particular experience in serious and complex crime. Many have been listed in the Legal 500. Our barristers are recognised for their client handling skills, as well as their attention to detail and their meticulous preparation.

A number of our barristers were recently instructed in a lengthy trial in a historic miscarriage of justice case involving allegations against police officers relating to the investigation into the murder of Lynette White.

Cases have also included instruction by the Criminal Cases Review Commission and historic wrongful convictions have been overturned as a result by the Court of Appeal.

Individual barristers have particular specialisms ranging from white collar fraud to sexual offences to homicide.

Fraud
Many of our barristers have significant experience in large and high value frauds; including MTIC frauds, fuel laundering frauds, banking frauds, and call centre frauds.

Dishonesty Offences
In addition to fraud, dishonesty cases include blackmail, high value thefts, trading standards, rogue traders, and related money laundering offences and confiscation hearings.

Sexual Offences
An extensive number of rape cases, many involving historical complaints and children have been undertaken. Cases have included kidnapping and rape, gang rape, male rape, indecent assaults on adults and children, bestiality, and indecent images of children. Notable acquittals include that of a man charged with rape who maintained that he was sleeping at the time (R. v. T 2012); and a fireman charged with 17 rapes (R. v. B 2014).

Violent Offences
A a vast number of cases involving serious violence have been undertaken including: murder, attempted murder, serious GBH, kidnapping, false imprisonment, and large scale violent disorder.

Drug Offences
Cases involving drugs have included major conspiracies to import and to supply drugs involving undercover and anonymous witnesses, cannabis factories, and operations involving organised crime groups.