Gulam Ahmed secures acquittal in high profile terrorism case

Mohiussannath Chowdhury had been charged with an allegation under s5 of the Terrorism Act 2006. The prosecution alleged that on 25th August 2017 Chowdhury drove to Buckingham Palace with a long samurai sword to commit an act of terror.

Prior to leaving his home he had written a suicide note to his sister and sharpened the sword. In the days leading up to this incident, Chowdhury had professed hatred for the Queen, the armed forces and the police. He believed the UK was complicit in the killing of innocent people in Yemen by supplying arms to Saudi Arabia.

Read More …

Robin Sellers and Kelly Brocklehurst prosecute defendant jailed for cyber attack which knocked Liberia offline

Robin Sellers and Kelly Brocklehurst successfully prosecuted a self-taught hacker who carried out a cyber attack so powerful that it knocked Liberia offline.

The National Crime Agency describe the defendant as perhaps the most significant cyber criminal yet to be caught in the UK.

Further details of this case can be found at

Tenancy Opportunities

2kbw Logo
Chambers of William Mousley QC


Family Law Team Hampshire/Dorset & London
Chambers has vacancies for practitioners at all levels in both Public & Private Law due to a significant increase in workload specifically in Hampshire, Dorset and the South of England.

Civil Law Team
We also encourage applications from established practitioners of over 5 years call to join our thriving team. Both the Civil & Family Teams are clerked from our flagship premises in Portsmouth.

Criminal Law Team
Applications are sought for those with at least 5 years’ experience. Practitioners with a CPS Grading of 3 or 4 would be of particular interest to join our London based Criminal Team.

Chambers contributions are set at just 15% and group applications would be considered.

If you wish to apply or further information in strictest confidence, please contact our Senior Clerk Daren Milton on 020 7353 1746 or

Chambers Newsletter

View Newsletter Archive »