James is a specialist in serious criminal work especially sexual offences. He is an elected member of the Bar Council, and serves on the Criminal Bar Association Executive, the Bar Council’s and Middle Temple’s Equality, Diversity and Social Mobility Committees and Middle Temple’s Hall Committee. He is passionate about the future of the Bar and devotes a lot of his time to helping the next generation of barristers.
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