Barrister | Called 2001
Criminal Law (defence and prosecution)
Crown Prosecution Service (General Crime) – Grade 3
Education and qualifications:
BA (Hons) in History (University College London);
Diploma in Law (City University);
BVC (Inns of Court School of Law)
- South Eastern Circuit;
- Criminal Bar Association;
- Kent Bar Mess
Since being called to the Bar in 2001, James Ross has practiced in the Crown and Magistrates’ courts throughout London and Kent. His work has included defending clients charged with murder, GBH, importation of Class A drugs, arson, robbery and burglary.
In addition, James prosecutes regularly for the CPS and has undertaken additional work from both the RCPO and DWP.