"Members of Broadway House Chambers are instructed in a wide range of serious criminal cases, including violent crime, sexual offences and drug offences as well as fraud"

Legal 500, 2020

Since 2010 Broadway House Chambers has been recognised by the Legal 500 UK as a Top Tier set, the highest accolade a Chambers can achieve.

We have premises in Leeds, and Bradford. Both bases are situated a mere two minutes’ walk from the cities’ respective Combined Court Centres.

  • Uplifts for Hate Crime: The Importance of Prosecutorial Input by Stephen Wood QC

    A commentary upon R v Taylor [2021] WLR (D) 466 by Stephen Wood QC This recent case, which came before the Court of Appeal as an Attorney General’s Reference, highlights the importance for prosecutors in identifying cases where an uplift may be appropriate on account of the fact that it may be categorised as a […]

  • UBER

    In one of the first cases of its type, following the Supreme Court’s Uber judgment, Afshan Hashmi, instructed by Mr Andrew Parascandolo of Avery Walters Solicitors, was successful in defending the Respondent taxi company against a claim brought by one of its drivers who claimed that he was a worker and covered by the Uber […]

  • Abigail Langford and Laura McBride Appointed New Head and Deputy Head of Criminal Team

    Broadway House Chambers Criminal Team are delighted to announce that Abigail Langford is the new elected Head of Team with Laura McBride as her Deputy. Following Stephen Wood QC’s appointment as Joint Head of Chambers, Stephen is delighted to hand the Head of Team role over to his Deputy, Abigail. Stephen said, “Abby and Laura […]

  • Broadway House Chambers Move to Brand New Office in Bradford

    Broadway House Chambers is excited to announce that from Monday 19th July 2021 we are opening our brand new office in Bradford. Our address is: Devere House, Vicar Lane, Little Germany, Bradford, BD1 5AH. The telephone number will remain the same as well as our DX (DX 729860 Bradford 22). Please update your records with […]

  • Assessing Beneficial Ownership Under POCA. Is the Crown Court the Appropriate Forum? by Stephen Wood QC

    Practitioners will be, by now, familiar with the provisions of section 10A POCA, which permits a Court to make a conclusive determination of the extent of a Defendant’s interest, where a third party may hold an interest in the property under consideration. This procedure is becoming increasingly common. But is the Crown Court the best […]


1 City Square, Leeds, LS1 2ES
T: 0113 246 2600
E: clerks@broadwayhouse.co.uk

Devere House, Vicar Lane, Little Germany, Bradford, BD1 5AH
DX: 729860 BRADFORD-22
T: 01274 722560
E: clerks@broadwayhouse.co.uk