Corker Binning is very much at the forefront of legal practice in this field.
Chambers UK 2014
David Corker is highlighted in Chambers as "very personally interested in the law," as well as being "sensible, assured and thoughtful" when providing advice.
Chambers UK 2017
[David Corker is] universally acclaimed as a leader in his field, with sources describing him as “a titan – his legal knowledge is excellent and he’s a real fighter for his clients.”
Chambers UK 2011
Corker Binning has successfully consolidated itself as one of the heavyweights in this area. Barristers say that it is difficult to fault this firm, as its defence strategy is always immaculately thought out and its briefs superbly well prepared.
Chambers UK 2010
Edward Grange is celebrated as "excellent with clients and extremely hard-working," highlighting his expert advocacy skills and "unique insight into how extradition cases work."
Chambers UK 2017
Our most highly regarded individual of the year: Peter Binning, co-founder of English firm Corker Binning. He has a “world-class reputation” for his fraud and regulatory litigation work and is “definitely the lawyer you would want in a crisis”.
International Who’s Who of Business Crime Defence Lawyers 2013
Peter Binning is highlighted in Chambers HNW 2016, who is recommended as: "He has exceptional judgement, particularly when defending individuals in big cases. He's an expert tactician and is very easy to work with."
Chambers HNW 2016
Peter Binning is recommended by peers for his significant experience in complex extradition matters. Sources say: "He is thorough, intelligent and very skilled."
Chambers UK 2016
Juveniles and youth crime
As part of our expertise in police investigations and criminal defence, we advise juveniles (young people under the age of 18) who are being investigated for a criminal offence or who are being prosecuted in the youth court.
For a young person and their parents or carers, this can be a very daunting and stressful experience. Our specialist youth crime lawyers will steer you through the process and procedure and, where possible, seek to persuade the prosecuting authorities not to prosecute. We are totally committed to achieving the best outcome for our clients and to providing them with all the guidance and assistance they require. Young people in particular need to feel reassured and supported through this difficult time.
Our lawyers have expertise in acting for young people facing investigation and charges for a variety of offences including sexual offences, drugs, public order, common assault, ABH, GBH, theft and fraud. On many occasions we have successfully negotiated with the police and the CPS to prevent a charge.
We are available 24 hours a day and can help from the moment of arrest, through police station procedures and charge and in all subsequent court hearings.More
For more information on how we can help you, please call 020 7353 6000 or visit our blog to read our views on a wide range of criminal law matters.
Named as key individuals in the field of Crime by Chambers UK 2018:
Robert Brown – Star Individual
Jessica Parker – Band 4
- Corker Binning is ranked in Band 1 of recommended firms for Crime by Chambers 2018.
- Corker Binning is ranked as a first tier firm for Crime by The Legal 500 2017 and Robert Brown is named as a leading individual for Crime.
- Jessica Maguire discusses the minimum age of criminal responsibility in CrimeLine
- Old enough to know better? The minimum age of criminal responsibility
- Danielle Reece-Greenhalgh comments on Jon Venables’ sentencing in The Daily Mirror and Liverpool Echo
- Sentencing Children and Young People: Is it really black and white?
- Youth sexting: updated position on self-taken indecent images and social media
- Danielle Reece-Greenhalgh’s article on youth “sexting” published in Criminal Law & Justice Weekly
- Danielle Reece-Greenhalgh discusses underage sexting and police discretion in the Daily Mail
- The Trouble with Sexting
- The Trouble with Sexting: Danielle Reece-Greenhalgh published in The Times, The Barrister, Criminal Law & Justice Weekly and Crimeline
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