News and Events - Robert Dacre


16th Apr 2018Newsletters

2 Hare Court’s Sports Law Newsletter

As Head of Chambers at 2 Hare Court it gives me great pleasure to be able to introduce this inaugural sports law newsletter, compiled by members of Chambers’ sports law team. Building on our combined experiences in this increasingly prominent area of practice, it is hoped that this and future editions of our sports law […]

11th Jan 2018News

Crime Team Winter Newsletter

A Note from the Editor: Welcome to the Winter Edition of the 2 Hare Court Crime Group Newsletter. In July the Court of Appeal heard the case of Steven Ray, which brought before it the householder’s defence under s.76 Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008 as amended. Brian O’Neill QC and Ben Rich consider whether […]

30th Sep 2016Events

Business Crime & Financial Services Group Autumn Seminar 2017

The Business Crime & Financial Services Group of 2 Hare Court invite you to join them on Thursday 17th November for their Autumn Seminar. “Transparency in Financial Transactions: The Near Future for Civil and Criminal Investigations” Speakers: Leon Kazakos on “Civil Recovery and Investigations: Unexplained Wealth Orders” Robert Dacre on “Financial Crime Reporting Orders” The […]

4th Sep 2016Events

Health & Safety Annual Autumn Conference – Manchester

Join our Criminal Regulatory Group this October 6th for their annual Health & Safety Autumn Conference in Manchester Speakers and Topics include: Jonathan Laidlaw QC –  Sentencing in Corporate Manslaughter Cases: Monovan Construction Ltd Michael Hayton QC – A Strategic Approach to Health & Safety Prosecutions Post February 2016 Chris Gillespie – Updates on Inquiry and […]

15th Jul 2016News

Naeem Mian and Robert Dacre Secure Acquittal in Terrorism Trial

Naeem Mian and Robert Dacre, instructed by Itpal Dhillon of Irvine Thanvi Natas Solicitors, secured the acquittal of Mahamuud Diini after a five-week trial at the Central Criminal Court. Mr Diini had been charged under s. 5 of the Terrorism Act 2006, which makes it an offence to engage in conduct in preparation for giving […]