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THOMAS MORE CHAMBERS


Thomas More Chambers is a leading set of barristers’ chambers, providing outstanding quality advocacy and advice to individuals, businesses and governments.

 

  

CRIMINAL BAR ASSOCIATION ACTION

Further to the CBA’s ballot and call for action of 29 March 2018, the members of Thomas More Chambers' Criminal Team will not undertake work under Representation Orders dated on or after 1 April 2018. We support barristers and solicitors who take action in response to the refusal of the Ministry of Justice’s to invest properly in the Criminal Justice System and the AGFS scheme in particular.

 

 

We offer advice and representation across a wide range of legal market sectors, acting both nationally and internationally.


We are energetic innovative and service-orientated.


Many members of chambers can be instructed on a direct access basis.

 



LEGAL 500 2017:

 

 Punching well above its weight, Thomas More Chambers is a common law set with an excellent array of barristers and an enviable international practice. The clerks are first rate’; ‘they go above and beyond to assist counsel, the instructing solicitors and ultimately, the client. In particular, chief clerk Stuart Sellen is a pleasure to deal with and provides a bespoke service, and senior civil clerk Craig Brown is efficient and helpful – nothing is too much trouble for him. Senior criminal clerk Clifford Strong is also a key contact. 

 

Working together with Thomas More International, Mauritius.

 

LATEST NEWS

 

Chambers congratulates Sarah Lucy Cooper and is delighted to announce her appointment as a Family Recorder sitting on the South-Eastern Circuit.

 

 

 

 

Fiona Edington, Puneet Rai and Simon Reevell successfully defend Army instructors accused of abusing teenage recruits. A major Court Martial was halted after the Judge was persuaded that the Military Police investigation was so flawed that the defendants could not fairly be tried, and there was insufficient evidence. News Report here

 

 

 

 

David Gottlieb secures acquittal for London bus driver Daniel Creagh at his Old Bailey trial on terrorism charges. A convert to Islam, Creagh was prosecuted for possession of the widely-available 1970's published book "The Anarchist Cookbook". Max Hill QC, Independent Terrorism
Reviewer has promised a review of the circumstances of the case.

 

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