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Chambers & Partners 2016

Wayne Jordash QC New silk who is noted for his work in matters connected with the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), including the defence of charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity. He also provides significant strength in appellate proceedings. Strengths: "He demonstrates excellent professional skills and abilities, is a clever adviser and is confident in his oral submissions. He can smoothly distance his legal arguments from the darkness of the factual issues surrounding the case." "He is a really impressive advocate who has a relaxed air about him." Recent work: Successfully defended Stanišić, an intelligence chief alleged to have a close association with Milošević during the Yugoslavian civil war, in relation to charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity.

Tim Moloney QC Outstanding criminal barrister who maintains a broad practice that takes in international cases involving the use of the death penalty. Offers highly developed skill in advising clients on hostage ransoms and criminal liabilities arising from the engagement with individuals in conflict zones. 
Strengths: "He is really bright, really committed, accessible, proactive, always there with the clients and a pleasure to work with." "He never makes clients feel like they are an inconvenience, and he responds immediately." Recent work: Appeared in proceedings in Kenya, acting for an individual who confessed to, and was subsequently convicted for, the kidnap and murder of two British nationals. The appeal raised arguments regarding the use of the death penalty and allegations that the confession was made under extreme duress.

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