Ben FitzGerald, of QEB Hollis Whiteman Chambers, prosecutes and defends in cases of serious and organised crime. He has appeared as junior counsel in a number of high-profile and complex cases at the Old Bailey and elsewhere. He has considerable experience of regulatory and disciplinary proceedings. He has represented the General Medical Council in a case of serious professional misconduct concerning the hazardous prescribing of opiates. He is regularly instructed to act in the General Social Care Council.
Jo Hughes, of Temple Garden Chambers, is establishing a broad civil practice at the Bar and regularly acts for Claimants and Defendants in an advisory and representative capacity, predominantly in the fields of personal injury litigation and related areas. She also acts for Claimants and Respondents in employment matters. Jo was previously instructed as Junior Counsel to the Inquiry in the Independent Inquiry chaired by Robert Francis QC in 2009.
Tom Baker, of QEB Hollis Whiteman, prosecutes and defends serious crime and acts for bodies such as the General Dental Council and the Nursing and Midwifery Council in regulatory and criminal jurisdictions. He also prosecutes on behalf of and advises local authorities in relation to health and safety, trademark and unfair trading offences.