Organisations we support

Pancreatic Research Fund


Team QEB cycle from London to Amsterdam in support of
pancreatic cancer research

Following weeks of dedicated training, six intrepid members of QEB Hollis Whiteman, David Jeremy QC, Philip Evans QC, Philip Stott, Tom Broomfield, Tom Coke-Smyth, and Arabella MacDonald cycled from London to Amsterdam to raise money for the Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund.

The team to date have raised just under £9,000 and are still hoping to make it 5 figures. A big thank you to everybody who has sponsored Team QEB. Many of our friends and clients have been extremely generous for which we are very grateful.

It’s not too late, if you haven’t yet sponsored them and feel able to do so any further donations will be gratefully accepted. This can be done at the team’s JustGiving page which also sets out their story - the page can be found at:

Team QEB - DJ Cycle Ride finish



Philip Evans beats Chris Froome to Paris by 24 hours!

QEB Hollis Whiteman member Philip Evans completed a 320 mile charity cycle ride from London to Paris on Saturday 25th July, the day before a triumphant Chris Froome cycled down the Champs Elysees as second time winner of the Tour de France.

Phil and 41 others took 4 days to complete the ride and raised over £80,000 for Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity, of which Phil has raised nearly £4,000.

Phil, undaunted by a dislocated finger sustained in a crash as he entered Paris, commented that he didn’t realise how many steep hills there were between London and Paris, and said that “it has been a fantastic experience for a great cause and I have met some fantastic people along the way, many of whose lives have been profoundly affected by Great Ormond Street.”

It’s not too late to help Phil crack the £4,000 barrier – donations can still be made at



QEB Hollis Whiteman team completed the 2015 London Legal Walk

Congratulations to the QEB team, Tom Kark QC, Sarah Plaschkes QC, Jocelyn Ledward, Philip McGhee, Philip Stott, Fallon Alexis, Polly Dyer, Katherine Lloyd, Arabella MacDonald, Alastair Rhodes, Faye Patis, David O’Sullivan, James Booth, Jonathan Wagstaff and Harry Russell who on a sunny evening yesterday successfully completed the 10K London Legal Walk.

To date, with donations still coming in, the team has raised over £1,100. A big thank you to friends, clients, members of chambers past and present for their support.

The walk is to raise funds for legal advice charities in London and it’s not too late to donate. If you would like to support this worthy cause please do so at:



Royal British Legion

Independent Inquest Advice Service gives free, independent and expert legal advice and assistance.

Chambers supports this service by providing Barristers on a ProBono basis to attend Inquests. We, as a set of Chambers, are proud to help the families of service personnel.


The Innocence Network UK is a university-based initiative that works towards ‘Educating to overturn and prevent the wrongful conviction of innocent people’. Its primary purpose is to educate, it is not a campaign or victim support group.

Phil Evans is the National Legal Advisor to Innocence Network UK

The Bar Pro Bono Unit is a charity that helps to find free legal assistance from volunteer barristers.

Several members of QEB Hollis Whiteman do pro bono work for the Bar Pro Bono Unit, and we provide active support for the organisation.

Help for Heroes is a UK-based charity that supports wounded servicemen and women through a variety of initiatives.

QEB Hollis Whiteman provides donations and support to Help for Heroes.