Simon Oakes accepts instructions from all areas of Chambers’ practice; he has a particular interest in both financial services and personal injury law.
Oakes has just returned from a secondment to the General Counsel’s Division of the Financial Services Authority, where he was attached to the markets, funds and authorisations team, providing advice on a range of matters, and drafting sections of the Handbook.
Over the last year, Oakes also gained experience of public law, acting as support counsel to the Al-Sweady Inquiry, a public inquiry into allegations of ill treatment and unlawful killing by British soldiers in Iraq.
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