Lincoln House Chambers are delighted to announce that a significant number of our members have been ranked across several…Read more
Tim Storrie QCCall To The Bar: 1993
“A very balanced, fair and determined advocate.”
“He’s knowledgeable on the law and his advocacy is second to none.”
“He is a very eloquent barrister. His advocacy is his top skill – he is brilliant in front of a jury.” Chambers & Partners, 2022
“He is delightful, really jury-friendly. He is a lovely oral advocate and is measured and appealing in court.” “A very eloquent and intelligent man.”
“He has a fantastic way with words and is a very eloquent barrister. He is unflappable and deals with things in a very calm and measured way.” “a very safe pair of hands and very charming with juries.” “Our first choice due to his experience, knowledge and approach.” – Chambers & Partners, 2021
“One of the most eloquent members of the Bar – a joy to listen to.” – The Legal 500, 2021
“He’s incredibly bright and has a great command of language. He’s never flustered.”
“A marvellous advocate; he’s always really thoroughly prepared and has gravitas in court.” – Chambers & Partners Financial Crime and General Crime 2020
“One of the most eloquent members of the Bar – a joy to listen to” – Legal 500 2019 Tier 1 Crime
“Calm, measured and unafraid of a fight.” – The Legal 500, 2018
Tim Storrie QC has an established reputation for work across the spectrum of crime and related litigation. His practice encompasses all aspects of business crime, homicide, organised crime and serious sexual offending. He frequently acts as a leading junior and is rated as a Category 4 prosecutor. Additionally he is identified as a Tier 1 Leading Individual by The Legal 500.
“His recent track record includes money laundering, murder and drugs offences trials” Legal 500 2017
“He has a considerable intellect, which he deploys with energy, charm and good humour.” Legal 500 2016
Tim is often deployed in long and complex litigation. His recent caseload has included multi-million pound fraud work, hidden assets litigation, gangland murder and corruption. Additionally he undertakes advisory work.
He has always sought to maintain a balance between prosecution and defence work. He has been twice commended by constabularies for his work in trafficking and non-recent sexual offences cases.
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