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Foundry Chambers Appointments

2022-01-26T17:11:35+00:00January 26th, 2022|

We are pleased to announce that Henrietta Paget  and Henry Gordon have been appointed as Recorders of the Crown Court by Her Majesty The Queen on the recommendation of the Lord Chancellor. Both have been assigned to sit on the South Eastern Circuit and will undertake this part-time judicial role alongside their busy practices.

Rose Slowe delivers talk to junior doctors concerning youths in the Criminal Justice System

2022-01-21T10:10:31+00:00January 21st, 2022|

Rose Slowe was invited to give a talk at the quarterly study day for paediatricians in the East of England, on 20 January 2022, concerning youths in the Criminal Justice System. Below is a written version of part of her lecture: ‘Criminalising Criminalises: Theorising the impact of criminal convictions on youth offenders’. Criminalising Criminalises - [...]

Foundry awards mini pupillages to Inner Temple Moot Competition winners

2022-01-20T10:39:39+00:00January 20th, 2022|

On Sunday 16 January 2022 Chambers co-sponsored the Inner Temple Inter Varsity moot competition. Richard Jory QC and Darren Almeida from Foundry Chambers judged one of the semi-finals. In the final Felix Levay and Robert Watt of Oxford Brookes saw off close competition from Oxford University, and their prize is a mini-pupillage in Chambers. Congratulations [...]

James Gwatkin secures acquittal in assault emergency worker case

2021-12-22T11:31:26+00:00December 22nd, 2021|

James Gwatkin represented MT in a trial that took place between 14/12/2021 and 16/12/2021 at Newport (Isle of Wight) Crown Court. MT, a young man of good character, was charged with assaulting an emergency worker. The Crown’s case was that MT, incapacitated through drink and/or drugs, punched a paramedic who was treating him. The paramedic [...]

3 organisers sentenced as William Hughes QC concludes multiple Prosecutions of £25m money laundering trials

2021-12-14T09:54:31+00:00December 14th, 2021|

At the end of November 2021 sentencing concluded at Southwark Crown Court in respect of three defendants convicted in the summer of 2021 of being organisers of a £25m money laundering fraud. William Hughes QC, leading Ini Udom of 5 St Andrews Hill, prosecuted a total of three trials from autumn 2019 to the summer [...]

William Hughes QC Prosecutes Edward Colston Statue Topplers

2021-12-14T09:51:49+00:00December 14th, 2021|

The trial of four defendants nicknamed 'the Colston four' commenced on Monday 13th December 2021 at Bristol Crown Court before HHJ Blair QC. William Hughes QC is prosecuting the case, leading David Scutt of Guildhall Chambers, Bristol. The Prosecution case is that the statue of Edward Colston a 17th century slaver and philanthropist, was pulled down [...]

Mukul Chawla QC rejoins Foundry Chambers

2021-12-10T16:17:28+00:00December 10th, 2021|

Foundry Chambers is delighted to announce that Mukul Chawla QC, after three years as a partner and head of White Collar in the London office of Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, will be returning to independent practice when he returns to chambers on 4 January 2022. Head of Chambers, Alexandra Healy QC said that she is [...]

Alexandra Healy QC ranked in Chambers & Partners and Legal 500

2021-12-10T11:24:15+00:00December 10th, 2021|

Chambers is delighted to announce that Head of Chambers ALEXANDRA HEALY QC has been ranked as a Leading Silk in the category of  Crime in both Chambers & Partners and the Legal 500, and also in the categories of Financial Crime, Business and Regulatory Crime including Global Investigations, and Financial Crime : High Net Worth [...]

Chambers is delighted that our excellent team of Clerks has been recognised in both Chambers & Partners and the Legal 500

2021-12-08T16:43:46+00:00December 8th, 2021|

  "The clerks are very good and approachable." "The clerks just get on with it and respond quickly without any drama." ‘Clerks are amazing and accommodating with lay and professional clients.’ ‘Clerks are brilliant. Senior Clerk Angela May controls and directs all matters with charm and effectiveness’ ‘Dean Begley and Daniel Blackman are standout clerks. [...]

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