Allison Clare and Cameron Brown have been appointed Queen's Counsel in today's announcements made by the Lord Chancellor.
Allison Clare specialises in complex fraud and corruption work, both acting in criminal cases and advising major corporate clients with Cameron Brown principally instructed in serious fraud and corruption cases regularly acting as leading Counsel in such cases.
Co-Heads of Chambers Gillian Jones QC and Tony Shaw QC said:
"It is with great pleasure and pride that we celebrate the appointment of two new Queen’s Counsel and congratulate Allison Clare and Cameron Brown.
Such success comes after years of hard work on the part of each successful candidate, and is a testament to the talent and potential of Red Lion Chambers. We pride ourselves in recruiting only the best.
It also reveals the excellent support and dedication shown by our exceptionally strong practice direction team. Under the leadership of Mark Bennett (Practice Director) and Nick Parkinson (Deputy Practice Director), our staff bring out the best in leaders and juniors alike. Achieving the distinction of silk requires a team effort between barrister and staff in every case. The success of Red Lion Chambers throughout 2019 demonstrates our strength and depth."
Today's appointments sees Red Lion Chambers achieve a total of 15 appointments to silk in the last 4 years with one of the highest number of female silks across the Bar.