Lincoln House Chambers Welcomes Joe Allman

The members of Lincoln House Chambers are delighted to welcome Joe Allman to Chambers’ Criminal Team.

Joe was called to the Bar in 2006 and joins Chambers after 12 years as an advocate in the Crown Prosecution Service.

Joe is a specialist criminal practitioner, with a track record which includes a substantial number of the high profile and complex cases heard on circuit over the last 10 years. His experience covers the full spectrum of criminal offences but he has particular expertise in cases with an international element, be it serious organised crime, terrorism or cross-border illicit finance. Joe is also extremely well regarded for his skills in conducting serious sexual offence cases.

Director of Clerking, David Wright, said this of the recruitment of Joe Allman:

“We are absolutely delighted to have been able to recruit Joe Allman to Chambers. His recruitment provides even more strength in depth to our Criminal Team and in particular the Prosecution Team. Over the course of his career so far Mr Allman has prosecuted many cases against senior members of Chambers, his dedication to the role, hard work and skilled advocacy have been plain for all to see”.