Rex Tedd was called to the Bar in 1970 by the Inner Temple. He specialises in major criminal litigation.
“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
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)
Assistant Boundary Commissioner for England and Wales
Head of St Philips Chambers (formerly known as 7 Fountain Court) (1990-2001)
POCLA (Proceeds of Crime Lawyers Association)
MA BCL (Lincoln College, Oxford)
DUniv (Honorary) (University of Central England)