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Privy Council, Caribbean & British Overseas Territories

Members of chambers advise and represent individuals, organisations, and governmental bodies based in many overseas jurisdictions, with a particularly extensive experience of Caribbean work originating in both independent nations and British Overseas Territories.

In addition members have been instructed in cases (for example) in the Crown Dependencies and concerning litigation in the Falklands Islands. We pride ourselves on the versatility to apply our skills in these jurisdictions.

Our barristers appear before the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council in London, and before appellate and first instance courts throughout the Caribbean. Examples of our barristers’ international cases in this practice area include:

  • commercial disputes
  • criminal appeals and trials in capital and serious cases
  • habeas corpus
  • judicial review
  • professional discipline
  • regulatory matters
  • inquests

Our members bring their individual areas of expertise to the task of assisting in cases where the local statute law and procedure must be mastered, just as much as to cases where the common law may apply. Our counsel pride themselves on a high level skillset and excellence that is transferable and brought to bear in all our work.

Some members of chambers are presently working as attorneys in offshore jurisdictions, and we can offer barristers called to the Bars of many different jurisdictions both on the bases of an ad-hoc special admission and in several instances those called by full admission.

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Privy Council, Caribbean & British Overseas Territories Barristers

Philip Rule KC

Call 2001 | Silk 2023

Philip Dayle

Call 2012

Privy Council, Caribbean & British Overseas Territories Clerks

Abdul Hafeez

Practice Director, Immigration & Public Law

Lucas Bennett

Practice Manager, Immigration & Public Law

Jordan Lloyd

Immigration & Public Law Clerk

Emily Johnston

Immigration & Public Law Clerk

Isabella Taylor

Immigration & Public Law Clerk

Hannah Muxlow

Immigration & Public Law Clerk

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Clerk Team

Abdul Hafeez

Practice Director, Immigration & Public Law

abdulh@no5.com

07957 403805

Lucas Bennett

Practice Manager, Immigration & Public Law

lucasb@no5.com

Jordan Lloyd

Immigration & Public Law Clerk

jordanl@no5.com

Emily Johnston

Immigration & Public Law Clerk

emilyj@no5.com

Isabella Taylor

Immigration & Public Law Clerk

isabellat@no5.com

Hannah Muxlow

Immigration & Public Law Clerk

hannahm@no5.com

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