Our Latest News Articles:

  • Philip Sinclair (05/04/2018)

    Chambers is sorry to have to announce that Mr Philip Sinclair is taking a medical leave of absence. We wish him a speedy recovery. During his convalescence Ms Alexia Zimbler will be Acting Head of Chambers.

  • Ian Henderson QC joins Chambers as a door tenant (10/05/2017)

    Chambers is delighted to announce that Ian Henderson QC has accepted an invitation to join us as a door tenant.

  • Keith Yardy joins Chambers (13/06/2016)

    Chambers is delighted to announce that Keith Yardy has accepted an invitation to join Chambers. Keith was called to the Bar in 1988 and joined the CPS in 1990. As a former Senior Crown Prosecutor he brings a wealth of experience to Chambers. To instruct Keith please contact Danielle Dixon.

  • Alexia Zimbler instructed in high profile murder (12/04/2016)

    Alexia Zimbler instructed in high profile local murder by Derek Hayward & Co. Alexia represents Paul Campbell who is charged with murdering Steve Berry in July 2015.

  • Jason Dunn-Shaw joins chambers (30/03/2016)

    We are delighted to announce that Mr Jason Dunn-Shaw has kindly accepted an invitation to join Chambers. Jason was called to the Bar in 1992 and has practised as a criminal barrister ever since. He was appointed as a Recorder in 2009 and sits regularly at Maidstone Crown Court.

  • Sara Haroon joins chambers (30/03/2016)

    We are delighted to announce that Miss Sara Haroon has kindly accepted an invitation to join Chambers. Sara was called to the Bar in 1998 after practising as a solicitor. She was for many years in-house counsel dealing with some of the most serious of criminal offences.

  • Acquittal in Hatton Garden jewellery heist (15/01/2016)

    Philip Sinclair and Adrian Crossley obtained the only acquittal in the Hatton Garden jewellery heist following a seven week trial. They were instructed by John Luckhurst at Michael Demidecki & Co Solicitors.

  • Matthew Bolt joins Chambers (05/10/2015)

    The members of Maidstone Chambers are delighted to announce that Matthew Bolt has accepted an invitation to join Chambers.

  • Hatton Garden heist (08/06/2015)

    Philip Sinclair has been instructed to defend one of the alleged conspirators in the Hatton Garden jewellery heist.

  • 22 year old acquitted of historic sex charges (30/03/2015)

    After retiring for only one hour, a unanimous jury found Jack Spear (represented by Philip Sinclair) not guilty of six counts of rape and sexual assault, alleged to have occured when he was in his early teens.