Michael Shaw and Suki Dhadda successfully prosecute two men and one woman, for the sexual abuse and prostitution of six women committed over a period of twenty-two years in the Rugby and Coventry area. Read More …
After a seven day trial at Snaresbrook involving five co-defendants, Oliver’s client was acquitted by the jury of kidnapping, robbery and assault charges arising from his part in an alleged incident when a group of five males had accosted the complainant on the street and then bundled him into a waiting car before driving away as part of a revenge attack. Oliver was instructed by Kerry Hudson at Bullivant Law.
Two of Chambers’ Grade 4 RASSO approved barristers, Elisabeth Bussey-Jones and Barry McElduff, presented a 3 hour seminar to RASSO lawyers, the Major Crime Investigation Team of Hampshire Constabulary, and Members of Chambers, on Thursday 16th March 2017.
The well-attended seminar covered Disclosure, Joint Enterprise, Indictment Drafting and s41 Applications.
Ms Bussey-Jones and Mr McElduff, along with Michael Selfe, were responsible for launching 2KBW’s seminar programme back in 2005.
If you would like to learn more about this seminar or other seminars/presentations at 2 King’s Bench Walk, please contact Tracey McCarthy at [email protected]
We are delighted to announce that the Crown Prosecution Service have added Angus Robertson, Simon Foster, Russell Pyne, Barry McElduff and Michael Williams to the list of Grade 4 counsel.
Michael Shaw was instructed by the Crown Prosecution Service (Drummond Gate) in a very serious case at Snaresbrook Crown Court.
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The third edition of our newsletter has been produced and includes crime, civil and family updates, interesting articles and Chambers news. You can see a copy of the newsletter by clicking on the link.
Michael Shaw and Barry McElduff, instructed by Yousaf Kalim of ST Law, recently concluded the successful defence of Mohammed Akram who was alleged to be a trusted lieutenant in a gang responsible for a multi-million pound ‘phishing fraud’.
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