Rawley, Alan QC
Alan Rawley QC is a specialist in advocacy, oral and written; he has been practising at the Bar with great enjoyment for about 50 years.
The fields in which he specialises are commercial fraud, money laundering, personal injury and medical law, (particularly the obscure aetiology of MS), and police law. Notwithstanding these specialisations he prefers to regard himself as practising in all types of common law as used to be the case with most barristers at the common law bar who were expected to master (and did master) the complexities of all sorts of case whether technical, scientific or otherwise.He sat as a member of the Criminal Injuries Compensation Appeal Panel and its predecessor from 1999–2008; he was for many years an arbitrator on claims to the MIB in respect of untraced drivers. He was a deputy chairman of Cornwall QS 1971 and a Recorder of the Crown Court 1972–1999. He is a senior bencher of the Middle Temple (elected 1985) and was Autumn Reader 2004. He has been a Fellow Commoner of Magdalene College Cambridge since 1991.
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