Fiona Clegg

year of call :

2013

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A persuasive and personable advocate with experience in a broad range of criminal law. Regularly instructed in the Crown, Youth and Magistrates’ Courts.

Instructed as junior Counsel in a wide variety of criminal work including: fraud, sexual offences, organised crime, violence, drugs and regulatory offences. Fiona undertakes both privately funded and legal aid work. 

Fiona is experienced in representing vulnerable clients, as well as cross-examining vulnerable witnesses in sensitive cases. Fiona’s flexible approach, perception and attention to detail all enable her to build a good rapport with clients.

Prior to joining Chambers, Fiona represented High Net Worth individuals at a leading Investment Solutions firm. After identifying breaches of the Financial Services Marketing Act 2000 and the FCA’s Conduct of Business Sourcebook, Fiona submitted complaints to the advising firm in the first instance. Fiona also submitted complaints to either the FOS or the FSCS if unable to settle with the firm, with the overriding aim of seeking financial redress for the client. Fiona assisted in securing significant settlements for clients whom had invested in complex and often aggressive schemes.

Sir Joseph Cantley Memorial Prize (2012) - Middle Temple

Blackstone Entrance Exhibition (2012) – Middle Temple

Member of the Howard Legal for Penal Reform