Cameron Brown

Biography

Cameron Brown is a barrister at 9-12 Bell Yard. Cameron is frequently instructed in serious fraud cases, with and without leading counsel. He has significant experience in the prosecution and defence of cases involving money laundering, benefit fraud, duty evasion, conspiracy to defraud, Fraud Act related offences and cheating the public revenue. He has carried out the prosecution and defence of a number of Company Act and insolvency type related cases. He has also been involved in the prosecution and defence of a large number of confiscation cases. Cameron's involvement in that work has led to a detailed working knowledge of PII, RIPA and other disclosure issues.

Cameron also has a small personal injury practice and is instructed to undertake a number of County Court cases by national firms. A number of his cases have been reported. He also undertakes regulatory work, in particular in relation to accountants and actuaries.

Back to Lexis®PSL Corporate Crime

About Lexis®PSL

Published Works

Areas of Practice

Corporate Crime

Year Qualified

1998

Education

Inns of Court School of Law, St. Peter’s College, Oxford University

Memberships

Member of the Criminal Bar Association, Member of New York State Bar (Appointed 1999), District Councillor, Sevenoaks District Council

Qualification

BA and MA in Jurisprudence