Three Raymond Buildings
Since its foundation in 1926, Three Raymond Buildings has been proud to count some of the finest advocates in the land among its number.
Many of these have inspired following generations.
With advocacy at the heart of its reputation, it has expanded and diversified into the 21st century set it is today with practice areas in the national and international marketplace.
Members of these chambers, often more than one of them, have appeared in almost all of the major criminal/quasi-criminal cases of the last 50 years.
Three Raymond Buildings seeks to provide a comprehensive service for individuals and corporations who find themselves in, or potentially in, serious trouble. The firm strives to combine diligence, experience, analysis and good judgement with oral and written advocacy of the very highest standard available.
The rationale of the Bar has always been to make available truly independent and fearless expert advice and representation to all. That remains, and will always remain, the rationale at Three Raymond Buildings.
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This report was commissioned by the ACPO Child Protection and Abuse Investigation Working Group.
Three Raymond Buildings’ James Lewis QC and Guy Ladenburg explain the proposed amendments to the Contempt of Court Act 1981.