Criminal

What we do

Our Criminal Team offers excellence in advocacy and provides experienced and skilled representation at every level. Our members have appeared in high-profile cases on a national level.

The team consists of 3 QCs and juniors of every level of seniority, and as such Broadway House barristers are well equipped to deal with all types of criminal cases. The criminal team is proud of its reputation as an integral part of a Chambers that is able to offer a first class service to both professional and lay clients and to provide advocacy and advisory services of the highest calibre. We have more advocates recommended in the Legal 500 for criminal work than any other set of Chambers on the North Eastern Circuit. One of the team’s key strengths lies in the breadth and depth of experience of its members.

Members of Chambers prosecute for the Crown Prosecution Service and are accredited at all grades, including Specialist Rape prosecutors, as well as for the DWP, HMRC, Environment Agency, Trading Standards and Complex Casework Unit.

Our barristers have particular expertise in the
following areas:

  • Homicide
  • Serious Sexual Offences
  • Organised Crime
  • Fraud
  • Revenue Offences and Money Laundering

Our expertise

In addition, our members offer a wealth of experience in many other areas related to the criminal law, including:

  • Disciplinary Tribunals
  • Regulation
  • Mental Health Tribunals
  • Prison law and Parole
  • Actions involving the Police and the Police Federation
  • Health and Safety Law
  • Environmental Law

Members of Chambers prosecute for the Crown Prosecution Service and are accredited at all grades, including Specialist Rape prosecutors, as well as for the DWP, HMRC, Environment Agency, Trading Standards and Complex Casework Unit.

For further information about any of our members or to enquire as to availability please visit the individual members’ profiles and speak to our dedicated Criminal Clerking Team.

Broadway House Chambers’ members handle homicide, sexual offences, organised crime and money laundering cases.

LEGAL 500, 2016