Benjamin Brown

year of call :

2013

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A compelling and personable defence advocate with a broad range of experience in criminal law.

Regularly instructed in the Crown and Magistrates’ Court with a practice including: organised crime, serious violence, sexual offences, regulatory offences, financial crime and general crime.

His attention to detail and assertive advocacy wins the trust of clients, whilst his pragmatic and comprehensive approach regularly leads to repeat instructions.

Before joining Chambers, Ben spent two years working at a leading American law firm in both the complex Commercial Litigation and Disputes Department and the White Collar Crime team. In particular, he worked heavily in a £110 million civil fraud claim against seventeen defendants on behalf of the Receivers of a Cayman SPC.

Ben is currently a member of the Inner Temple Qualifying Sessions Sub-Committee and has debated for the United Kingdom at an international level.

Bernard Sunley Prize, Awarded by the Inner Temple (2016)

Inner Temple Advocacy Prize, Finalist (2016)

Oxford University Press Mooting Competition, Semi Finalist (2011)

Durham University Mooting Cup Champion (2010)

Bar National Mock Trial Competition, National Champion (2009)