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Chambers & Partners 2024

Mountford Chambers is delighted to once again be ranked as a leading set for both Crime and Financial Crime in the Chambers and Partners UK Bar 2024 edition.


We are thrilled to announce our retention of Band 4 rankings for our expertise in both Crime and Financial Crime.

“The clerks are very friendly, always willing to help and people who will go the extra mile.”

“The clerks are always available for enquiries and keen to assist in providing the right counsel for a particular case.”

Ben Heaviside, the sets senior clerk, is incredibly helpful, supportive and responsive to the needs of my organisation. He is quick to respond to queries and emails and willing to solve problems before they even arise.”

In total, Mountford Chambers has 15 ranked barristers in the practice areas of Crime and Financial Crime for the London Bar. Daniel Frier and Rebecca Upton are ranked for Crime (South Eastern Bar).

In the field of Crime, all King’s Counsel have been recommended. Furthermore, Charles Bott KC and Richard Furlong have retained their Band 1 ranking in Financial Crime.

Six barristers have moved up a Band and we have three new additions in this guide.

Mountford Chambers are extremely delighted with the results, and we congratulate all the barristers who are ranked within the Chambers and Partners UK Bar 2024.

London Bar (Crime):
Chris Henley KC – Band 2
Charles Bott KC – Band 2
Nigel Lambert KC – Band 4
Alan Kent KC – Band 2
Colin Aylott – Band 3
Edward Henry KC – Band 2
Benjamin Hargreaves – Band 5
Will England – Band 3
Alphege Bell – Band 5
Matthew Buckland – Band 5
Houzla Rawat – Band 4
Daniel Frier – Band 4
Alexandra Scott – Band 6

London Bar (Financial Crime):
Charles Bott KC – Band 1
Colin Aylott KC – Band 3
Will England – Band 4
Richard Furlong – Band 1

South Eastern Circuit (Crime):
Rebecca Upton – Band 2
Daniel Frier – Band 2

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