Leading Criminal and Regulatory Barristers
- Asset Forfeiture & Confiscation
- Bribery & Corruption
- Criminal Defence
- Criminal Prosecution
- Military & Courts Martial
- Professional Discipline
- Regulatory Law
- Tax Appeals
- Traffic Lawyers
- Sports Law
Internationally renowned and based in the City of London, 187 Fleet Street's barristers are widely recognised as advocates of the highest calibre. We provide our corporate and individual clients with expert, first-class legal representation at every stage of criminal, civil and regulatory proceedings. Many of our barristers may now be instructed without recourse to a solicitor under Direct Access.
Members of Chambers include five Queen's Counsel and forty four junior barristers across our specialist Practice Areas. Chambers are acknowledged as specialist fraud barristers as well as having appeared in some of the most high-profile trials involving serious organised crime, terrorism and murder.
Chambers prides itself on being experts in complex litigation with a focus on criminal and civil investigations, regulation and professional discipline. With a reputation for excellence in both advice and advocacy, we always endeavour to provide our clients with the best service, tailored to the unique circumstances of each individual case.
To instruct a barrister or discuss your case further, Chambers has a dedicated clerking team led by our Senior Clerk, John Pyne.
187 Fleet Street’s Response to the CBA Chairman’s Announcement
Whilst the concessions made by the Ministry of Justice in respect of AGFS are welcome, the wider principle of fair access to justice for all cannot be achieved whilst solicitors are expected to endure unjustified and unsustainable cuts to litigator’s fees.
It is unacceptable to the members of 187 Fleet Street that the Ministry of Justice continues to refuse to reverse the cuts already imposed on solicitors and the 30% cut to VHCC fees.
The members of 187 Fleet Street will continue to be fully supportive of our solicitor colleagues in their continuing fight against these cuts.
We call upon the CBA and the Circuit Leaders to continue to press the Ministry of Justice for a fair deal for solicitors since that is essential in ensuring that there is fair access to justice for all.
We are also fully supportive of the proposed two days of action by the CLSA and the LCCSA on 31st March and 1st April 2014. As such each member of these chambers has agreed, subject to the protocol, not to accept instructions in magistrates courts on either of those days. In addition members of chambers will not accept instructions in Crown Court cases which are returns by Higher Courts Advocates.
Furthermore, each member of 187 Fleet Street has decided to continue to refuse instructions in all VHCC cases at the reduced rates.
28th March 2014
Andrew Trollope has been awarded Fraud QC of the Year by Acquisition International.
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