Paul Sharkey appointed as a Recorder

September 9th, 2019|

Chambers is pleased to announce that Paul Sharkey has been appointed as a Recorder on the South Eastern Circuit, sitting in criminal cases.   The appointment takes effect from 16 September 2019.

£7.3m Money Laundering Confiscation Order

September 4th, 2019|

On 2nd September 2019, following a contested Proceeds of Crime Act hearing, Southwark Crown Court made a confiscation order requiring Ellias Preko to pay £7,324,268.41 within 3 months, with a term of 10 years imprisonment [...]

On Wednesday 28 August 2019, Rose Slowe * and Alexandra Phillips MEP (a leading figure in the Brexit Party) were interviewed by Susanne Courtney on BBC Radio 5 about Brexit and the Government’s prorogation of Parliament at a time of unprecedented constitutional importance.

August 29th, 2019|

It is Rose Slowe’s  contention that the prorogation is an attempt by the Government to curtail Parliament’s democratic and constitutional role in the Brexit process in accordance with the decision of the Supreme Court in [...]

Maidstone Acquittal

August 15th, 2019|

Following a 5 week trial, Anu Mohindru of Foundry Chambers secures an acquittal of one of the 4 Dutch Nationals prosecuted at Maidstone Crown Court, by the National Crime Agency, for Conspiracy to Import tonnes [...]

Modern Slavery Convictions

August 4th, 2019|

After a three month trial at Canterbury Crown Court, prosecuted by Richard Jory QC leading Emma Smith of Furnival Chambers, Petr Makula and his son Mario Makula were convicted of various offences of modern slavery [...]

Rose Slowe Joins Chambers

July 18th, 2019|

We are delighted to announce that Rose Slowe has accepted an offer of tenancy in Chambers following the successful completion of her pupillage. We are very pleased to welcome Rose to chambers and wish her [...]