2 Bedford Row, London, WC1R 4BU
  • Criminal Law

CPDcast contributors

2 Bedford Row are one of a number of organisations whose legal professionals contribute their expertise to our CPDcasts. CPDcasts are 30 minute downloadable Legal CPD Podcasts, each of which cover a specific CPD topic in extensive detail.

The following legal experts from 2 Bedford Row contribute to our CPDcasts:

Valerie Charbit
Gelaga King


“probably the best crime set in the country” - Legal 500 (2008)

The chambers of William Clegg Q.C. boasts the the combined expertise of 18 Queen's Counsel and 50 juniors, including the former Attorney-General, senior treasury counsel, standing counsel to the Health and Safety Executive, and a number of recorders as well as currently the Chairman of the Criminal Bar Association.

2 Bedford Row is committed to all aspects of criminal law. Members of 2 Bedford Row advise and represents clients in a wide variety of proceedings and investigations, from high profile fraud and murder cases, to health and safety and professional disciplinary proceedings.

Members of 2 Bedford Row have appeared in the ICTY in The Hague, the ECHR, Privy Council, House of Lords, Court of Appeal, Administrative Court and all courts and tribunals of first instance, as well as public inquiries. An increasing volume of work is international and its members attend hearings around the globe.

Chambers serves a variety of clients, spanning national governments, international companies, local authorities and other public bodies, regulators, trade unions, and professional and sporting authorities, as well as individuals.

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