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New Park Court Chambers

"Regarded as ‘one of the most prominent sets for crime in the North of England’."
- Legal 500 2015

Private Client

"Clients 'would strongly recommend New Park Court Chambers to anyone looking for a strong criminal or regulatory lawyer'."
- Chambers and Partners 2016

Barristers

Members of Chambers - Queen's Counsel

  • Robert Smith QC 1971 (QC 1986)
  • Robert Smith QC 1971 (QC 1986)

    1971 – Called to the Bar 1986 – appointed Queen’s Counsel 1989 – 1992 – Member of the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board 1982 – 2008 – Recorder of the Crown Court 1994 – 2008  Deputy Judge of the High Court [Queen’s Bench Division and Chancery Division] Master of the Bench of the Inner Temple 2011 […]

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  • Alistair MacDonald QC 1983 (QC 2000)
  • Alistair MacDonald QC 1983 (QC 2000)

    Appointments 2015 – Chairman of the Bar Council 2014 – Vice Chairman of the Bar Council 2012 Leader of the North-Eastern Circuit 2011 Joint Head of Chambers, 16 Park Place, Leeds 2008 Serious Fraud Office Panel 2007-2012 Director of Continuing Education North-Eastern Circuit 2007 Master of the Bench Gray’s Inn 2000 QC 1996 Serious sexual […]

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  • Anton Lodge QC 1966 (QC 1989)
  • Field of Practice • Crime • Clinical Negligence • Mental Health • Personal Injury • Mining • Disciplinary Tribunals • Directors’ Disqualification • Regulatory Work: has dealt with liquor licensing and road hauliers licences; water pollution; Heath and Safety Executive Prosecution out of a death from falling from scaffolding. Defended medical practitioners and dentists in […]

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  • Simon Jackson QC 1982 (QC 2003)
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    Recorder 2005 Specialist Areas of Practice: Regulatory, Professional Discipline [GMC] & Inquests BACKGROUND MATERIAL RE: OTHER REGULATORY WORK Simon Jackson QC: ‘Strongly recommended in Health & Safety/Regulatory’: Legal 500 2011-2012” The Health and Safety work has involved representing both individuals and corporate clients. Simon Jackson acted for a builder and care home proprietor in relation […]

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  • Dafydd Enoch QC 1985 (QC 2008)
  • Call: 1985 2004: Appointed Recorder of the Crown Court 2008: Appointed Queens Counsel. 2010: Serious sexual offences ticket. 2000-2015: Tenant at 23 Essex Street. 2010-2015: Deputy Head of Chambers at 23 Essex Street. 2015: Tenant at New Park Court Chambers, Leeds. Practice Overview Principal practice areas: Prosecution and defence of heavyweight crime of all types; professional disciplinary/regulatory. […]

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  • Robert Woodcock QC 1978 (QC 2009)
  • Robert has been practising criminal law all his professional life and is deemed an expert within the field. Widely respected amongst his peers for his considerable experience both defending and prosecuting murder, organised crime, serious sexual offences and fraud. He is a highly skilled performer in all aspects of his craft and his jury speeches have […]

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  • Paul Greaney QC 1993 (QC 2010)
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    Introduction Recommended in the leading legal directories for (a) crime, (b) inquests and public inquiries, (c) regulation and professional discipline and (d) sports law in the following terms: “…market sources consider him one of the best silks in the country. He is routinely instructed in high-profile homicide and organised crime cases, and offers broader expertise in the […]

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  • Nicholas Lumley QC 1992 (QC 2012)
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    Nick is a specialist criminal and regulatory law advocate. He is recommended in the Legal 500 2016 for “an ability to think on his feet with an astute tactical brain.’ He also recommended in the Legal 500 2015 for ‘prosecuting and defending in cases involving drug trafficking, money laundering and homicide’ and in the Legal […]

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  • Andrew Bowen QC (Scotland) 2012
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    MA (Oxon) 1984; LLM (Lond) 1989; Solicitor (England & Wales) 1988; Called 1993 (Gray’s Inn); Called 1997 (Scottish Bar); Silk 2012 (Scotland); FCIArb 2015.           Practice Areas: Professional Regulation and Discipline. Commercial/Company. Property. Professional Negligence. Public Law. Commercial Arbitration (Domestic and International). Practice: As a junior in both England and Scotland […]

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  • Jason Pitter QC 1994 (QC 2014)
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                        Called – 1994 – (QC 2014) Gray’s Inn – LLB (Hons) King’s College London Practice Areas  Complex and serious crime (in particular with a medico-legal and scientific element) Health and safety Regulatory Professional Misconduct Coronial Law Public Law Complex Road Traffic related homocides Recommendations Chambers […]

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Members of Chambers - Junior Counsel

  • Timothy Hartley 1970
  • Timothy Hartley 1970

    Timothy Hartley brings long experience both as an advocate and adviser to all aspects of his practice. He has been described by professional clients as “invariably identifying the points that matter”, “excellent both with clients and experts” and “a quick thinking natural advocate” and recently, by a highly experienced Local Authority solicitor, as giving “very […]

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  • Michael Hodson 1977
  • Michael Hodson 1977

    Michael Hodson defends as a specialist in rape and serious sexual offences, serious violent crime and misconduct in public office. His experience spans more than 25 years across all the criminal courts to the highest in the land and in all major areas of crime. He is a skilled, powerful and fearless advocate who is […]

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  • Jamie Adams 1978
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    Jamie is a highly successful criminal defence practitioner and has been involved in numerous difficult and complex cases of all types throughout a career spanning 30 years. He was one of the first counsel to be approved by the Legal Services Commission for VHCC work and is a VHCC panel member.

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  • Peter Schofield 1982
  • Peter Schofield 1982

    Peter Schofield specialises in criminal work and has a flourishing practice in defence work in and aroundNewcastle. He has been instructed to defend in a variety of heavyweight criminal cases, including robbery and serious violence. Peter has a particular interest in crime relating to children, encompassing physical violence and sexual abuse including rape. As a […]

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  • Stephen Uttley 1984
  • Called 1984 – Inner Temple – BA (Hons) (Manchester) Stephen was called to the bar in 1984 and specialises in crime and regulatory law. Stephen defends exclusively in serious crime. Stephen will fight unfalteringly on behalf of his clients and has a reputation for having a forcible court presence. Stephen has an exhaustive list of […]

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  • Ian Brook 1983
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    Ian has practised in crime, since called, in the UK, in 1983, mainly at Hardwicke Building, London, Trinity Chambers, Trinidad, West Indies, and, since 2008, in Yorkshire where he was born, at New Park Court Chambers. He is of dual nationality and holds Trinidadian, as well as UK Citizenship. He was admitted as an Attorney-at-Law, […]

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  • Nicholas Mason 1984
  • Nicholas Mason 1984

    Called 1984 – BA (Hons), Diploma of Law Attorney Generals Panel of Advocates – List A Recommended in the Legal 500 2014 edition for Public Law as “experienced in judicial reviews.”             Areas of Practice Professional Negligence Encompassing the medical professions, accountants, financial advisers, surveyors, architects, solicitors and barristers (including […]

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  • Sharon Beattie 1986
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    Recommendations: Chambers and Partners 2017 (Professional Discipline): “She’s really impressive, a fantastically organised advocate. She is completely on top of the information and the case as a whole.” “She is very experienced and has dealt with some high-profile complex cases.” “She’s a big hitter – I am very comfortable instructing her on quite serious and challenging allegations.” […]

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  • Alec Burns 1988
  • Alec Burns 1988

    Alec has a broad criminal practice, both prosecuting and defending in cases varying from shoplifting to murder.  In recent years his caseload has been made up of more serious offending; sex offences, serious violence and fraud   He also has wide experience of dealing with the ancillary matters inevitably linked to such cases:  Public Interest Immunity, […]

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  • Nick Cartmell 1990
  • Nick Cartmell 1990

    Nick Cartmell was called to the Bar in 1990. Nick’s practice is exclusively defence based and he is regularly instructed in both legally aided and private matters including Murder, Fraud and Rape and Money Laundering cases. Nick regularly appears in the Crown Court on both the North Eastern and Midlands Circuits. Nick is willing to […]

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  • Elyas Patel 1991
  • Elyas was called to the bar in 1991 and specialises in criminal law. Practising exclusively in defence work, Elyas has particular interest and experience of dealing with cases bearing an Islamic perspective. Elyas is multilingual and speaks both Urdu and Gujarati. Elyas has a true understanding of today’s multicultural society and is often praised for […]

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  • Ashley Tucker 1990
  • Ashley Tucker 1990

    Ashley Tucker has a busy commercial and general Chancery litigation practice with a particular emphasis on wills, trusts and probate, landlord and tenant, and professional liability. Recommended in the Legal 500 in commercial, insolvency and banking, he is commended for his “chancery and commercial expertise” and described as a “highly skilled Chancery and Commercial practitioner.” […]

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  • Andrew Espley 1993
  • Called – 1993 – Gray’s Inn Appointments and memberships: Appointed CPS Grade 4 prosecutor.  RASSO list.  Appointment to both lists recently renewed. Immediate past Senior of the Kent Bar Mess Committee Member since 2006 Member: South Eastern Circuit, Central London Bar Mess, Central Criminal Court Bar Mess Approved Pupil Supervisor since 2002 Recent cases: 2016 […]

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  • Valerie Sterling 1981
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    LLB (Hons) University of Manchester. Called 1981. Head of the Family Law Team, New Park Court Chambers, Leeds and Newcastle Approved Pupil Supervisor Member of Family Law Bar Association Finance Valerie deals with financial remedy cases many of which are high value and involve: • Family businesses • Multiple properties • Overseas assets • Bankruptcy […]

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  • Gavin Doig 1995
  • Gavin Doig 1996

    Gavin is a busy and experienced criminal practitioner with expertise in conducting trials involving all areas of serious crime, including homicide, serious sexual offences, arson, armed robbery, conspiracy to rob and complex drug investigations for both Crown and defence. He has been instructed as a Leading Junior on a number of occasions. Gavin has developed […]

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  • Stuart Graham 1995
  • Called to the Bar in 1995. Member of the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn. Member of the Criminal Bar Association. Degree: LLB(Hons) Law. Stuart Graham has over 15 years experience of criminal practice in the Crown Court. Stuart Graham has experience in a wide range of tribunals. Whilst predominantly practicing in the Crown Court, he […]

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  • Thomas Moran 1996
  • Thomas Moran specialises in serious crime and is instructed by the prosecution and a wide range of defence solicitors. He has taken instructions on a number of occasions as a leading junior and has been led in numerous homicide cases for the prosecution and the defence. Tom has acted in a number of appeals to […]

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  • Sally Terris 1997
  • Sally Terris 1997

    Diplock Scholar of the Middle Temple, Called 1997 MA (Cantab.) St. Catharine’s College, Cambridge (Exhibitioner) Recommendations: Legal 500 2016: ‘An expert in high-value family finance and TOLATA cases.’ Legal 500 2015: “A strong all-rounder; her practice includes high-value financial remedy cases and Children Act applications.” Legal 500 2014: “a fearless cross-examiner.” Legal 500 2013: “recommended […]

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  • Chris Smith 1997
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    LL.B. (Hons) – Law & Criminology – Keele Inns of Court School of Law – Hardwicke Scholar Called – 1997 – Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn Authorised Pupil Supervisor / Accredited Advocacy Trainer (North Eastern Circuit) Chris is a highly-regarded and popular criminal law specialist able to combine an extensive knowledge of law and procedure […]

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  • Vincent Ward 1998
  • Vincent Ward 1998

    Called – 1998 Vincent practices in criminal law and civil law. In criminal law he represents both prosecution and defence and is a grade 3 prosecutor for the CPS for whom he has prosecuted cases of serious violence and homicide. He has defended in cases involving homicide, serious fraud, large scale drug supply, large scale […]

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  • Franklyn Zakers 1999
  • Franklyn Zakers 1999

    • Murder Trials • Conspiracy Trials (drugs related) Family: • Interim, final and appeal hearings • Private and Public law including Children Act matters such as: contact, residence, prohibitive steps and specific issue orders • Domestic Violence • Licensing under the previous Licensing Act 1964 and now under the Licensing Act 2003 including: • Written […]

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  • Christopher Rose 1999
  • Christopher Rose 1999

    Christopher Rose Called – 1999 christopher.rose@npc-n.co.uk Christopher specialises in cases involving criminal or professional misconduct.  He is an experienced trial advocate, representing individuals before criminal courts and regulatory tribunals. His criminal practice regularly involves allegations of serious organised crime or financial wrong doing.  He is a Panel 4 prosecutor for the CPS and is accredited […]

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  • Natalie Wortley 1999
  • Natalie specialises in criminal law and has a mixed prosecution and defence practice. Her main areas of interest are the proceeds of crime, young offenders and mentally disordered offenders. Natalie joined Northumbria University Law School as a Senior Lecturer in 2005 and teaches criminal law, evidence and advocacy. She continues to practise at the Bar […]

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  • Steven White 1998
  • Steven White 1998

    Called 1998 – Inner Temple – BA (Hons) University of Manchester, Dip Law, College of Law, York Steven has a busy commercial and chancery litigation practice with additional niche areas of expertise in civil fraud and employment disputes, especially in relation to restrictive covenants and cross over High Court litigation. He is regularly instructed in […]

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  • Emma Piasecki 2001
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  • Natalia Escoriza 2002
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    Natalia is a family specialist who has built a solid family practice covering all areas of family law. She undertakes a significant amount of public law work which includes physical and sexual abuse of children, mental health issues, drug and alcohol abuse, Special Guardianship applications and adoption. She has dealt with a number of cases […]

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  • Lee Fish 2003
  • Lee Fish 2003

    LLB (Hons) University of Newcastle upon Tyne (First Class) Price Waterhouse Coopers Dissertation Prize Advanced Award in Environmental Law (2008) Specialist Regulatory Advocate in Health and Safety and Environmental Law (List B) Level 4 Prosecutor (Rape and Serious Sexual Offences Panel)         Lee Fish has appeared in many cases throughout the courts […]

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  • Nicholas De La Poer 2003
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    Described as “a phenomenal barrister” in the 2015 edition of Chambers and Partners, Nick specialises in criminal law and regulatory work. Directory recommendations Appearing in both the Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners consistently over the last 5 years, he has been noted for being “outstanding” and “dedicated” (Legal 500 2013), “very impressive” (Legal 500 […]

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  • Chloe Hudson 2003
  • Chloe Hudson 2003

    Called – 2003 Overview: Chloe has been a member of New Park Court Chambers since 2003 and has developed a busy and broadly based regulatory, family and criminal practice. She read Ancient and Modern History at the University of Oxford and graduated in 2001 (MA Oxon). Recommendations: Legal 500 2015: “undertakes a significant amount of […]

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  • Matthew Donkin 2004
  • Matthew Donkin 2004

    Called – 2004 – Inner Temple LLB (Hons), University of Leicester, 2002. BVC, University of Northumbria, 2004. Direct Access qualified. Level 4 Prosecutor. Practice: Matthew Donkin has a strong practice built upon his qualities of hard work, the ability to swiftly digest legal and evidential material, and robust and clear advocacy. Matthew’s work is mainly […]

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  • Chloe Fairley 2004
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    Called 2004 – Gray’s Inn William Shaw Award MA (Hons) Trinity College Dublin Chloe specialises in criminal and regulatory law and was called to the bar in 2004. A strong jury advocate, she is particularly recognised for her interpersonal skills and cases with young or vulnerable clients. Chloe is instructed in all aspects of criminal […]

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  • Barry Robson 2004
  • Barry Robson 2004

    Coming soon.

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  • Jeremy Barton 2004
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    Jeremy Barton joined Chambers in 2015, having previously been a tenant at 2 King’s Bench Walk chambers in London. Having built up a successful practice both defending and prosecuting, Jeremy has obtained vast experience across a range of criminal offences and has earned a reputation for successfully managing both difficult and challenging defendants. He frequently […]

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  • James Normington 2005
  • James Normington is a chancery and commercial practitioner and one of the mainstays of Chambers’ Commercial team. He is regularly instructed in contractual, commercial and partnership litigation and has niche areas in cross-border litigation and the carriage of goods by land and sea. James is known for quickly grasping the essentials of a case and […]

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  • Paul Green – 2005
  • Paul is a specialist in criminal law and undertakes work at all levels of seriousness and regularly defends in cases involving sexual offences, violence, drugs and fraud. He has: •          Completed the Rape and Serious Sexual Offences accreditation. •          Prosecuted on behalf of the Environment Agency and is briefed by the Probation Service. •          Has […]

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  • Adam Birkby 2006
  • Adam Birkby 2006

    Recommendations “He is intellectually astute and has an excellent forensic approach to cases.” The UK Legal 500 2016 “Handles clients very well; he has a deft touch with both difficult and vulnerable individuals and an exceptional ability to put them at ease.”  Chambers and Partners 2017 Adam was called in 2006 and is a specialist criminal […]

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  • Eleanor Fry 2007
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    Called 2007 – Middle Temple – LLB (Hons), MA (Hons) Undertook pupillage at Park Court Chambers 2008-2009 Grade 3 Prosecutor Languages: Fluent Spanish and some French Experience of Criminal Work Eleanor regularly prosecutes and defends in the Crown Court (as a junior alone and whilst being led). As a grade 3 prosecutor she has conducted […]

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  • Ben Campbell 2008
  • Ben Campbell 2008

    Ben Joined Chambers in 2009 and completed his pupillage with Nicholas Lumley.  Since then he has been commanding an expanding practice in a number of fields, with a focus on crime, employment, and personal injury work.  Ben has a sensible and realistic approach to cases and enjoys good working relationships with both professional and lay […]

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  • Nick Lane 2008
  • Called – 2008 Nick joined Chambers as a tenant in September 2010 after the successful completion of his pupillage under the supervision of Mr Julian Smith. Since then Nick has commenced a broad general crime practice, quickly establishing a reputation for himself as a reliable and hardworking junior. His practice is now predominantly Crown Court […]

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  • Graham O’Sullivan 2009
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    •  Called 2009 Middle Temple, Certificate of Honour •  Bar Vocational Course, City Law School – Outstanding •  GDL, City University – Commendation •  BA (Hons) English Literature, Cambridge University, Senior Exhibitioner. Following several years working as a professional musician, Graham was called to the bar in 2009 and joined Chambers in September 2010, since when he […]

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  • Nicoleta Alistari 2009
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    Nicoleta has been a member of chambers since pupillage. She has a common law practice. Within crime, Nicoleta has developed her practice for both prosecution and defence. Experience has been gained from prosecuting in the Magistrates and Crown Courts on behalf the CPS, Probation Service and G4S. Nicoleta has achieved a place on the CPS […]

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  • James Gelsthorpe 2009
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    Called 2009 (Lincoln’s Inn), Eastman Scholarship Bar Vocational Course – Very competent, Nottingham Law School Law LLB (hons), University of Newcastle upon Tyne James became a member of Chambers in 2012 having undertaken pupillage the previous year under the supervision of Ruth Cranidge (crime) and Ceri Widdett (civil and employment).  He accepts instructions in all […]

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  • Jessica Slaughter 2009
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    Called 2009 – Jules Thorn Scholar of the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple LLB (HONS) Dunelm       Jessica joined chambers after establishing her career as a mixed common law barrister on the South Eastern Circuit. Jessica undertakes work in all areas of chambers’ practice across the region. Prior to starting pupillage Jessica […]

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  • Fiona Lamb 2010
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    AREAS OF PRACTICE Fiona completed a reduced pupillage at Farringdon Chambers in London under the supervision of Ian Henderson. Fiona began tenancy after only 9 months of pupillage. She joined New Park Court Chambers in February 2016 after 16 months of practice on the South Eastern Circuit. Fiona stays on as a door tenant with […]

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  • Peter Byrne 2012
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    Peter started his legal career in 1993 in the Police Prosecutions Department of Irwin Mitchell Solicitors in Sheffield. He qualified as a Solicitor at Bridge Sanderson Munro in Doncaster before coming to Leeds to work for McCormicks (which became Clarion LLP) and most recently Lester Morrill. Peter has been involved in almost every type of […]

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  • Felicity Hemlin 2011
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    Called 2011 – Lincolns Inn – BPTC (2011)  BBP Law School, Leeds – GDL (2010) The College of Law, York – BA (Hons) Archaeology (2009) The University of York. 2013 – commenced tenancy at New Park Court Chambers 2012 – obtained pupillage at New Park Court Chambers 2011 – called to the Bar, Lincolns Inn […]

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  • Claire Anderson 2011
  • 2013 – Tenant at New Park Court Chambers 2012 – 2013 – Pupillage at New Park Court Chambers, under the Supervision of James Adkin 2007 – 2011 – Northumbria University- LLB Barristers Exempting: 1st Class Honours Awards Linda Sykes Memorial Award for Best Graduating Student ( July 2011) Certificate of Honour, Middle Temple (July 2011) […]

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  • Neil Jones 1978
  • Gray’s Inn Senior criminal practitioner and specialist in court martial trial.  Senior managing prosecutor responsible for the professional development of 37 service prosecutors and for the conduct of service appellate proceedings.  Background in employment law and advising the Services at Board level and for the conduct of oral hearings at this level.  Extensive prosecutions experience at […]

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  • Georgina Goring 2012
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    Georgina became a member of Chambers in September 2014 after successfully completing her pupillage. Georgina accepts instructions from a variety of regulators and professional individuals in disciplinary and regulatory hearings.  She is also instructed in Inquests on behalf of individuals and organisations.  Also in all aspects of criminal and civil work. Areas of Practice Regulatory […]

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  • Mohammed Rafiq – 1980
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    Profile coming soon…..

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  • Richard Holland – 2012
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    Richard has been a member of New Park Court Chambers since September 2015, having successfully completed his pupillage in chambers under the supervision of Nicholas de la Poer. Qualifications MA (Oxon) Jurisprudence (BA – First Class, Hons) – St Anne’s College, Oxford University (2008-2011) Bar Professional Training Course, Outstanding – BPP Law School, Leeds (2011-2012) […]

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  • Amy Levitt – 2015
  • Amy became a member of Chambers in April 2017 after successfully completing her pupillage under the supervision of Mr Nicholas de le Poer. Prior to commencing pupillage, Amy was a para-legal with Squire Patton Boggs. Amy was also an intern at Glade Michel Wirtz in Düsseldorf and spent a year studying German Law at Universität […]

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Associate Tenants

  • Richard Price OBE QC – 1969
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    Richard has over 40 years experience as an advocate and adviser in commercial litigation. He is an acknowledged expert in entertainment and media law, including intellectual property and defamation. He specialises in professional negligence work, relating to commercial matters, and clinical negligence. In his approach to litigation, he has been described in “The Lawyer” as […]

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  • Karim Khalil QC 1984 (QC 2003)
  • Called to the Bar 1984 Queen’s Counsel 2003 MA Hons (Law) – Queens’ College, Cambridge Professional Associations The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn South Eastern Circuit committee South Eastern Circuit Liaison Committee (Chair) Member of South Eastern Circuit Joint Advocates Selection Committee Cambridge & Peterborough Bar Mess (Chair) Criminal Bar Association Norfolk Bar Mess Bar […]

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  • Amjad Malik QC 1987 (QC 2010)
  • Call: 1987 QC: 2010 Ranked in Chambers & Partners: Crime “At 36 Bedford Row, the ‘calm and composed’ Amjad Malik QC is noted for his ability to provide ‘a clear case strategy from the off, and maintain it through the turbulent waters of a trial’.” Leading Silk in Crime in Legal 500 – 2012 “Well–regarded […]

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  • Peter Wilcock QC 1988 (QC 2012)
  • Peter Wilcock’s practice encompasses criminal defence (including both the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) and appellate work), Inquests, regulatory and crime-related civil proceedings and mental health. Peter’s criminal work has encompassed the full range of serious offences from terrorism to professional crime and fraud. Since taking silk in 2012 Peter has appeared in the Hillsborough […]

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  • Peter Carter QC 1974 (QC 1974 )
  • Coming soon

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  • Dapinder Singh QC 2000 (QC 2017)
  • Dapinder Singh has expertise and vast experience in dealing with complex frauds and serious crime. He has a very busy practice and is in demand by both companies and individuals. He regularly deals with the country’s largest cases and is currently dealing with a £2 billion corruption case (a multi-jurisdictional matter which has been discussed […]

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  • David Young 1986
  • David Young Called 1986 Introduction Having practised in the UK for over 20 years, as a Specialist Criminal law Defence Barrister, David is now based in the Hague, and travels widely in Europe and the Middle East in particular. He is a highly experienced trial lawyer, noted for his courtroom skills, and for his professional […]

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  • Ruth Cranidge 2001
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      Called 2001 – Lincoln’s Inn – LLB (Hons) University of Warwick Ruth specialises in criminal and regulatory law and was called to the bar in 2001. Possessing a professional and self-assured court presence, Ruth is instructed in all aspects of criminal law with a particular emphasis on defence work. She is comfortable in front […]

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  • Jeremy Phillips 2004
  • As a leading solicitor /partner in two international law firms, turned barrister, Jeremy now represents companies, as well as government departments, councils, police forces and residents’ groups across a unique range of associated legal disciplines. Jeremy’s diverse practice includes: • Public inquiries – supporting the Weymouth Relief Road and South Devon Link Road, objection to […]

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  • Elizabeth Tiarks 2005
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    Having been called to the bar, Liz worked as a sub-editor for LexisNexis on Simon’s Tax Cases. She then joined the Solicitor’s Office of HM Revenue and Customs, where she worked on cash forfeiture applications under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, condemnation proceedings and appeals in the VAT and Duties tribunal.   Liz became […]

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