Author Archives: Paul Hewitt
Chambers are delighted to announce that Mr Hashim Salmman has agreed to join chambers as a full time tenant member. Hashim brings a wealth of experience to chambers which compliments the services provided to our clients, particularly in relation to advice and representation in the area of criminal law. His advocacy and advisory skills are renowned amongst […]
We are delighted to announce that highly experienced criminal practitioner Beverly Cripps has agreed to join chambers as a door tenant. Beverly has acted in many high profile cases and has acquired a vast amount of knowledge and experience which will be invaluable to our clients. Beverly is a welcome addition to chambers and further […]
We are delighted to announce that Gareth Morley has joined Temple Court Chambers Cardiff. Gareth is an experienced criminal practitioner having gained much experience representing clients in courts throughout England and Wales. Gareth’s membership further strengthens chambers’ ability to offer a comprehensive specialised service to our clients who require representation in the criminal courts.
Chambers is pleased to announce the return of Simon Robinson to Chambers as a door tenant. Simon was formerly a full time tenant but left for pastures new in London. Please feel free to read Simon’s profile and if you would like to instruct Simon then please contact our David Brinning.
Temple Court Chambers continues to expand Temple Court Chambers has further strengthened its crime team with the arrival of Paul Hewitt and David Pinnell. David was previously at 9 Park Place Chambers, Cardiff, and Paul was formerly a Senior Crown Prosecutor. Paul and David are well known and experienced barristers specialising in criminal defence cases. Both Paul and David originally […]