• ‘A very impressive depth of counsel’ ‘ahead of the curve in terms of identifying new legal areas and developments in the market’ Legal 500, 2016
  • 'It attracts the most significant and substantial criminal instructions on both the prosecution and defence sides. The very talented barristers here are known for their superior advocacy skills and their approachability' Chambers UK, 2017
  • 'Members are especially noted for their work in murder cases, including gang-related offences…' Chambers UK, 2016


Members of Chambers regularly lead the charge in their practice areas and as a result often write and provide comment in leading publications.

Members of Chambers are often leaders in their respective fields and are frequently asked to write articles providing further insight into areas of the law they have developed their expertise in.  A collection of some of these articles are recorded here.

Damp Squib? OFSIs New 'Prior Obligations' Licence

Alex Mullen, during a secondment to the sanctions team at BCL Solicitors LLP, works with John...

Deferred Prosecution Agreements

  Deferred Prosecution Agreements (DPAs) were introduced in Jersey in March 2023 and are now...

A Briefing Note: R v Ali [2023] EWCA Crim 232

  In a judgement dated 3 March 2023, the Court of Appeal held that the current high prison...

Bullied in court? Here's what our chambers can do about it

It is vital that chambers support individuals who have suffered bullying. QEB Hollis Whiteman has...

The Angiolini inquiry: Missing the big picture?

Ruth Broadbent examines the scope of the inquiry into Sarah Everard’s murder: what exactly...
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