Inn of Court: Gray’s Inn
Memberships: Criminal Bar Association
CPS Panels/ Grade: Grade 2
Public Access Accredited
Julian Lynch completed his Pupillage at 13 Kings’ Bench Walk before moving to Cornwall Street Chambers. He studied history at Corpus Christi College, Oxford before retraining for the Bar. His employment background before coming to the law involved stints as a civil servant and working for the University of Oxford’s social sciences department.
- General Crime
- Courts Martial ASBO and Sex Prevention Orders
- Proceeds of Crime Act
- Production Orders, PACE
Julian Lynch has a busy criminal practice in the Crown Courts, primarily in the South Eastern and Midlands circuits. He also has appellate experience and appears in appropriate Youth and Magistrates’ Court matters. He has experience of working for the Probation Service and in prosecuting on behalf of local councils. He has been instructed in cases of all levels of seriousness from murder to road traffic offences.
Julian has experience of taxi licensing appeals, Courts Martial and private prosecutions. He has been described as ‘very calm and sensible’ by clients. He has particular experience in:
- Cases involving allegations of domestic violence, both prosecuting and defending
- Road traffic offences
- Sexual Offences Prevention Orders
- Offences of violence
- Drugs offences, including supply of Class A drugs
- Dangerous dogs
Julian is available to be instructed on a Public Access basis in suitable cases.
- R v K  – Defending lead defendant in alleged multi-handed conspiracy to bring illegal immigrants into the UK for cash
- R v M  – Defending Defendant accused of armed robbery of a bike shop. Raised issues in respect of reliability of forensic evidence.
- R v Bieliki  – Prosecuting a case where a brawl between rival groups resulted in the production and discharge of an air weapon (Oxford Mail)
- R v Edward Vines [2016 and 2018] – Prosecuting on two occasions the stalker of Newsnight presenter Emily Maitliss. The cases attracted significant press attention. (BBC) (The Independent)