Viewing: Crime for Rex Tedd QC

Rex Tedd was called to the Bar in 1970 by the Inner Temple. He specialises in major criminal litigation.
Recommendations
“An excellent silk.”
Legal 500 2019
A silk who attracts praise for his extremely effective advocacy. He has well-honed capabilities in complex regulatory, fraud and corporate manslaughter cases.
Strengths: “He is a formidable advocate who is extremely authoritative. Judges and juries are captivated by his approach.” “He has an excellent way with the clients and is a superb advocate.”
Chambers UK 2018
Deputy head of chambers and a highly respected presence on the Midland Circuit. He has well-honed capabilities in complex regulatory, fraud and corporate manslaughter cases.
Strengths: “He is very high-profile and has terrific presence in court.” “He is an excellent trial advocate.”
Chambers UK 2017
“He has a very solid grasp of his case and a manner that is easy to work with. He is a formidable advocate.”
Chambers UK 2016
Appointments
Deputy High Court Judge in Queen’s Bench, Family and Chancery Divisions (2001)
Elected Leader of the Midland and Oxford Circuit (1999-2002)
Master of the Bench of the Inner Temple (2000)
Recorder (1995)
Assistant Boundary Commissioner for England and Wales
Head of St Philips Chambers (formerly known as 7 Fountain Court) (1990-2001)
Memberships
POCLA (Proceeds of Crime Lawyers Association)
Qualifications
MA BCL (Lincoln College, Oxford)
DUniv (Honorary) (University of Central England)