Paul Renteurs joined chambers in 2014. Whilst specialising in criminal defence and prosecution, professional discipline, and coroners’ inquests, Paul’s practice encompasses work in the fields of occupational disease and general civil litigation.
Paul has gained a wealth of experience in the Crown Court, Disciplinary Tribunals and Coroners’ Courts, and has acted for a wide range of individual and corporate clients in a variety of litigious and regulatory settings.
Paul’s Sports Law Practice encompasses advising and representing clients across a broad spectrum of different areas, including anti-doping, professional discipline, gambling regulation and player transfer regulations.
During a secondment at UK Anti-Doping, Paul was closely involved in the investigation, charging and case management of a number of alleged anti-doping rule violations by athletes. Paul represented UKAD before the National Anti-Doping Panel in many of these cases. Paul continues to accept instructions from UKAD on a regular basis.
Paul has recently been instructed to supervise the disclosure of material within the Football Association’s archives to the Sheldon Review and Operation Hydrant, both concerning allegations sexual abuse by individuals within football.
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