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Tom Doble

Call 2011

Recommended by Chambers UK 2017 as a Leading Junior in Financial Crime.

Practice: Business Crime, Crime and Regulatory

Tom has acquired an excellent track record accross all the main areas of chambers' work, regularly appearing in the Crown Court, regulatory tribunals and elsewhere.

Business Crime

Tom has experience beyond his call in a range of fraud, financial and business crime matters, including: conspiracy to defraud, sanctions offences, bribery and corruption, money laundering and insider dealing.

He currently acts for a former Barclays trader charged with the alleged manipulation of LIBOR, and for a pharmaceutical company in judicial review proceedings concerning an international investigation into the alleged supply of counterfeit and unlicensed drugs.

Tom also specialises in health and safety law, and currently acts in proceedings against a construction company charged with corporate manslaughter and health and safety offences.

Tom provides high-quality written and oral advice to both individuals and companies in relation to a range of criminal and quasi-criminal matters, for example advising a multi-national firm on serious corruption allegations.

He has previously acted for a director of Innospec Ltd charged with the payment of bribes to Indonesian government officials, and for a former solicitor charged with a £6 million fraud.


Tom acts for both the defence and prosecution across the spectrum of general criminal proceedings, including serious offences of dishonesty or violence, drugs and weapons offences and sexual offences. He is often instructed on a privately-funded basis in a range of driving matters.


Tom acts for the Metropolitan Police Department for Professional Standards in proceedings before the Police Disciplinary Tribunal and Police Appeals Tribunal, and for officers charged with disciplinary and criminal offences.

Tom was a junior member of the Counsel to the Inquiry team for the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust Public Inquiry. He also assisted in defending the first prosecution under the Medicines for Human Use (Clinical Trials) Regulations, acts in proceedings before the Nursing and Midwifery Council and General Dental Council, and has experience in inquest proceedings.

Additional Information

Prior to joining chambers Tom worked for Hickman and Rose Solicitors, gaining experience in a number of serious and complex criminal cases including charges of supplying weapons and materiel valued in excess of $20m to post-invasion Iraq, allegedly in breach of sanctions controls. In 2011, he was a finalist in the National Mock Trial Competition. He is a member of the Criminal Bar Association and the Young Fraud Lawyers’ Association.


BA (Hons) History (first class), Durham University
Graduate Diploma in Law (distinction) and Bar Professional Training Course (outstanding),
City University Queen Mother Scholarship and Certificate of Honour, Middle Temple

Notable cases:

R v RR (2016)
Acting for a Barclays derivatives trader charged with alleged LIBOR manipulation.

R v M Ltd and MG (2016)
Charges of corporate manslaughter and health and safety offences.

Re SG (2016)
Acted for an interested party in confiscation proceedings, in which over £4 million was recovered.

DPS v PC G (2016)
Proceedings before the police disciplinary tribunal and police appeals tribunal concerning allegations of dishonesty.

R v KD (2015)
Defendant charged with carrying out unauthorised works to a grade II* listed building.

R v F ltd (2015)
Acted for company prosecuted by a local authority for offences arising from streetworks in breach of the legislative scheme.

R v P Ltd (2015)
Company charged with offences under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.

R v PBW (2015)
Defended former solicitor charged with offences of fraud and forgery.

R v DP and LP (2015)
Conspiracy to handle 114 stolen vehicles.

NMC v GMcS (2014)
Defended nurse in misconduct proceedings concerning allegations of dishonesty.

R v MP (Innospec) (2014)
Executive charged with corruption of foreign government officials.

Re Lance-Bombadier RJ (2014)
Inquest proceedings

DPS v Sgt B and others (2013)
Proceedings before police disciplinary tribunal regarding improper text messages.

R v CF (2013)
Senior solicitor acquitted of domestic common assault