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Top Barrister launches new Extradition Lawyer Service -

Leading Criminal Defence Barrister George Hepburne Scott launches dedicated Extradition Law service 2016-09-21 07:43:00
George Hepburne Scott has today launched a dedicated Extradition Law service.

This service combines the expertise of many years' of courtroom experience with the diligent research that all extradition work involves.

George has been practicing in Extradition Law since 1999 and has been involved in many landmark cases in this area. He has a passion for Extradition Law which began with his very first case in which he ended up against John Hardy (now John Hardy, QC - the leading extradition lawyer of his generation) and before the then Lord Chief Justice, Laws LJ.

This case became one of the leading authorities in Extradition Law and it generated a passion for this highly complex and fast moving area of law.There are many bars to extradition and it has an interrelationship with many other areas of law for example human rights, abuse of process and international law.

The changes in this area of law that Brexit will bring about will inevitably lead to fundamental reform and clients and lawyers will need to keep abreast of these changes both as and when they happen but also as they are interpreted by the Courts.

By setting up, George has provided a specialist information and contact source for anyone unfortunate enough to face extradition proceedings. As with his dedicated criminal appeal service at, George has aimed to provide a highly skilled yet approachable service which effortlessly combines the finest traditions of the bar namely integrity and excellence with realistic yet powerful advocacy.

One of the many benefits of the service is the initial free consultation on any matter that relates to extradition or criminal appeals. This service will guarantee a one-to-one consultation with an expert lawyer who will listen carefully to your case and will then advise you as to the best way forward. George and his team absolutely guarantee that they will always act in the best interests of clients no matter what.

Also given that George is a member of the direct access bar, you can access his services as a specialist barrister without the need to also instruct an expensive solicitor. This can save literally £1,000's. George also offers a free quotation service and unlike in general criminal matters, extradition clients will be able to recover all of their costs from the other side if and when they win their case. This is a significant advantage for extradition clients.

So if you have any queries whatsoever about the new service at please do not hesitate to go to the website and make contact. We will be on hand to immediately start to advance your case with expertise and fair and we will start to put you in the best possible position straight away.

We also have access to the best QC's and we will instruct a top QC on your behalf at the earliest possible opportunity. So do not delay and contact us today. We will ensure that you receive the most excellent legal advice available.

We specialise in criminal defence and extradition law.

Press Information
Church Court Chambers, Temple, London, EC4Y 7EL

Rachel Pearman
Clerk to George Hepburne Scott

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