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Treasury Counsel


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Treasury Counsel

Treasury Counsel

Treasury Counsel

Treasury Counsel

JAFFERJEE, Aftab Asger (born 1956), QC 2008; Senior Treasury Counsel, Central Criminal Court, 2001–11

SÉE, Peter Henri (1910 - 1963), Parliamentary Counsel to the Treasury since 1946

REES, Jonathan David (born 1961), QC 2010; Senior Treasury Counsel, since 2008

CRAY, Timothy James (born 1966), Senior Treasury Counsel (Criminal), Central Criminal Court, since 2014

ROWLATT, John (1898 - 1956), QC 1954; First Parliamentary Counsel to Treasury since 1953

GREER, Francis (Nugent) (1869 - 1925), Third Parliamentary Counsel to the Treasury since 1923

STAINTON, Anthony (Nathaniel) (1913 - 1988), QC 1975; First Parliamentary Counsel to HM Treasury, 1972–76 (Parliamentary Counsel, 1956–72)

NOBLE, David Jonathan (born 1955), Chief Parliamentary Counsel and Chief Executive, Parliamentary Counsel Office, New Zealand, since 2013 (Chief Parliamentary Counsel and Compiler of Statutes (on secondment from Treasury Solicitor’s Department), 2007–11)

DENNIS, Mark Jonathan (born 1955), QC 2006; Senior Treasury Counsel, Central Criminal Court, 1998–2006; a Recorder, since 2000

BROWN, Edward Francis Trevenen (born 1958), QC 2008; Senior Treasury Counsel, Central Criminal Court, since 2006; a Recorder, since 2000

WHITTAM, (William) Richard (Lamont) (born 1959), QC 2008; First Senior Treasury Counsel, Central Criminal Court, since 2013; a Recorder, since 2009

HEYWOOD, Mark Adrian (born 1962), QC 2010; a Recorder, since 2007; Senior Treasury Counsel, Central Criminal Court, since 2008

CHEEMA, (Bobbie) (born 1966), QC 2013; a Recorder, since 2006; a Deputy High Court Judge, since 2010; Senior Treasury Counsel, since 2011

CARTMELL, James Austen- (1862 - 1921), Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln’s Inn; Junior Equity Counsel to Treasury and Board of Trade since 1913

MORICE, Beaumont (died 1937), Stipendiary Magistrate for Bradford, 1914–34; Barrister-at-law of the Middle Temple; formerly Treasury Counsel for HM Mint at Central Criminal Court and on South-eastern Circuit; formerly Member of London School Board and Chairman of Erith School Board; also Lecturer on Common and Commercial Law at Birkbeck College

 

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Advocates appointed by the Attorney General to undertake work for a number of government departments. They are appointed after open competition through advertisements in the national press. The Attorney General maintains four panels of junior counsel to undertake civil and EU work for the government. There are three London panels (A panel for senior juniors, B panel for middle juniors, and C panel for junior juniors) and a regional panel. The size of the panels is determined by need. Sitting above these panels are First Treasury Counsel who are the main advocates for the government in civil litigation affecting the Crown. First Treasury Counsel must do exclusively government work for the duration of their appointment.

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