News & Events

Sophie O’Sullivan

Paul Rogers and Sophie O’Sullivan spoke at London International Weekend 2022

Paul Rogers and Sophie O’Sullivan both spoke at London International Weekend 2022. This is an event providing lawyers with the opportunity to come together, network, and hear talks on a variety of topics. This weekend, the London Young Lawyers group, The Bar Council of England and Wales, European Young Bar Association, Junior Lawyers Division, and Middle Temple Young Barristers’ Association, held London International Weekend 2022 which took place from 22nd – 25th September 2022. This is an annual event providing lawyers with the opportunity to come together, network, and hear talks from a variety of speakers on several different topics. Outer Temples Paul Rogers and Sophie O’Sullivan both gave talks at the event on Saturday 24th September 2022. Paul Rogers joined barrister Toby Cadman…

Events, News 26 Sep, 2022

Sophie O’Sullivan returns to Outer Temple Chambers

Chambers is delighted to welcome back Sophie O’Sullivan from maternity leave. Sophie will continue to practice across business crime; commercial fraud; asset forfeiture; financial regulation and compliance; sanctions; professional discipline; and health and safety. She looks forward to working with her current and new clients on her return. Find out more: Sophie O’Sullivan specialises in business crime and professional regulation. Her practice encompasses: business crime; commercial fraud; asset forfeiture; financial regulation and compliance; sanctions; professional discipline; and health and safety Sophie appears regularly before the GMC, SRA, NMC, GPhC and HCPC, often defending individuals against the most serious allegations of professional misconduct and negligent care as well as acting for both prosecuting authorities and defendants in health and safety proceeding. To find out more, contact Sam Carter on +44 (0)203…

News 20 Sep, 2022

Corporate Fraud in the Covid-19 Crisis – Guidance Note

Nick Johnson QC and Sophie O’Sullivan look at corporate fraud in the Covid-19 crisis, the changing risks and how to protect your business. The UK Government’s coronavirus (Covid-19) response has had profound effects on every business sector. The UK is on “lockdown”. Corporations and businesses, whose activities are underpinned by technologies such as verified transactions, encrypted communications and secure server networks, are having to find ways to conduct their core functions remotely, separated from colleagues and support departments, in circumstances where each person is, generally, unmonitored. There are very few – if any – corporate entities that had the practical and technological infrastructures in place prior to this crisis taking hold, which would have enabled them to adapt seamlessly to…

Covid-19, Business Crime, Business Crime during Covid-19, News 2 Apr, 2020

Portfolio Builder

Select the expertise that you would like to download or add to the portfolio

Download    Add to portfolio   
Title Type CV Email

Remove All


Click here to share this shortlist.
(It will expire after 30 days.)