Gideon Cammerman QC
Gideon Cammerman QC is a highly experienced and robust advocate in fraud, regulatory and disciplinary cases. Gideon is currently instructed in many of the highest profile SFO investigations including ENRC, Balli Steel, Unaoil and Petrobras.
Gideon has also appeared in many of the highest profile trials in recent years including the Alstom corruption case, LIBOR rate–fixing, Weavering Capital Fund fraud, the “Gypsy Slavery” cases and the “Anonymous” computer hacking case. Gideon has prosecuted multi-million pound private prosecutions, all successfully.
Gideon is also instructed by individuals, company directors and government departments to advise and act in cases outside the sphere of public litigation. These clients have included offshore jurisdictions, companies conducting internal investigations, online gambling companies and sportspeople.
“Extremely hardworking, commanding and able.” – Legal 500, 2019
“A ferocious advocate with an eye on the end game.” – Legal 500, 2020
Gideon Cammerman QC is ranked as band 3 for Financial Crime QC in Chambers and Partners 2020
Gideon Cammerman QC is ranked in a brand new category for Chambers & Partners 2020 as QC Spotlight for Financial Crime – Private Prosecution
“He is extremely thoughtful, academically very smart and fearless about putting forward arguments. Gideon is clear and focused in the advice he gives and is strong on the detail.”
“He is thorough and meticulous.”
- Criminal Bar Association
- Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers
- Proceeds of Crime Lawyers Association
- Chatham House
Awards, Qualifications & Other
- Cambridge University, Fitzwilliam College – MA (Hons) Cantab.
- 1912 Academic Scholar
- Academic Prize (for top mark in year) – 1993
- Inns of Court School of Law – BVC 1995 – 1996
- Harmsworth Scholarship, 1995 and Diplock Major Scholarship, 1995
Gideon Cammerman QC is approved to accept instructions direct from international and UK clients on a direct access basis, without the need for a solicitor intermediary in appropriate cases.