Ed is a Barrister at Furnival Chambers. Ed’s practice is diverse and includes a growing Sports Law practice including instructions from the Rugby Football Union and sitting on MCC Disciplinary Panels.
Ed has a busy criminal practice in the Crown, Magistrates’ and Youth Courts and has been instructed in a wide range of criminal matters. Those who instruct him have noted his meticulous preparation and he has been described as very approachable and professional in his manner. Furthermore, Ed has a growing practice in Financial Crime both for the defence and prosecution.
Through the Attorney General’s Junior Juniors Scheme, Ed is currently instructed for the Home Office in the Undercover Police Inquiry
Ed has experience in Extradition matters at Westminster Magistrates Court on top of work done during his pupillage to assist senior members of Chambers with hearings in the Divisional Court and is keen to develop his practice further in this area.
He has also been instructed on behalf of members of the Licensed Taxi Drivers Association and has a lot of experience in driving matters in the Magistrates Court.
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