Mr Paul Jarvis
Paul Jarvis is a barrister in private practice at 6KBW College Hill in London. He is also Treasury Counsel at the Central Criminal Court, appointed by the Attorney General to handle the most complex prosecution cases in the country. His practice generally encompasses prosecuting and defending in cases of homicide, fraud and serious sexual offending. He is ranked in Chambers and Partners and the Legal 500 as a leading barrister in the areas of crime, fraud and the proceeds of crime. He has previously worked with the Criminal Team at the Law Commission for England and Wales. He is a contributor to Blackstones’ Criminal Practice, now the leading practitioner text in the field of criminal law, and Millington and Sutherland Williams on the Proceeds of Crime. He has written articles for the Criminal Law Review, Archbold Review, Blackstone’s Quarterly and the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law in Freiburg. He is also a case commentator for Lloyd’s Law Reports: Financial Crime. He is a member of the Education Committee of the Criminal Bar Association, in which role he co-convenes the Assize Seminars which are a joint programme of events organised in conjunction with the Universities of Cambridge, Oxford and UCL to explore current topics in criminal law. He is an active member of the legal charity JUSTICE, and is part of a team currently looking into reform of the way in which sexual offences are prosecuted and tried in England and Wales. His chambers’ profile can be viewed here: http://www.6kbw.com/people/barristers/paul-jarvis
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