Ben Douglas-Jones QC

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Overview

Ben Douglas-Jones QC is a specialist fraud, criminal and regulatory barrister.

He is highly recommended in Chambers and Partners. The Legal 500 for Criminal Fraud and Consumer Law, describes him as “extremely bright”, with “great intellectual strength” and “extremely able” with the ability to “marshal cases of the utmost complexity”.

Memberships

Fraud Lawyers’ Association

Criminal Bar Association

South Eastern Circuit

American Conference Institute ACI Anti-Corruption / FCPA: Legal, Regulatory and Compliance Experts

AMLAC – Anti-Money Laundering, Audit, Compliance and Fraud Forum

Caribbean Lawyer Network

Anti Counterfeiting Professionals

FCPA – Foreign Corrupt Practices Act – Anti-Corruption Compliance Group

Financial Crime Risk, Fraud and Security

Proceeds of Crime network

Professional Discipline Lawyers Group

Regulatory Compliance Association

The Annex

Recommendations

Legal 500 2018: ‘He has a fabulous acumen for seeing the point and exposing deficiencies in the other side’s case.’

Legal 500-2018: ‘Known for his work in Consumer Rights Act cases.’

Chambers and Partners 2018: “A great barrister – he is bright and diligent.” “Ben is exceptionally good at his written work.”

Chambers and Partners 2018: “Articulate, measured and someone whose drafting skills are good.” “His work rate is simply phenomenal. Lots of people work hard, but he works both hard and extremely productively. With him, work is always flawless.”

Publications

2018: Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery: Law and Practice

2015: Blackstone’s Guide to the Consumer Rights Act 2015

2015: Conspiring to define conspiracy to defraud; 2015 Article published in The Lawyer concerning the recent changes in the law with regard to conspiracy to defraud

2013: the CPS Guidance on charging and prosecuting victims of human trafficking – co-written with Carolyn Oakley, Specialist Prosecutor and Pam Bowen CBE, the CPS Policy Lead on Human Trafficking.

2009: Unsilent Witness (Commercial Litigation Journal 2009, with James Stanbury, partner in RGL Forensics’ London office), examining the factors which typically need to be considered when instructing a forensic accountant. 2008

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