Tim Green to be appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2022
Henderson Chambers is delighted to announce that Tim Green is to be appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2022.
Tim is widely recognised as one of the Bar’s leaders for regulatory crime and corporate defence work. He is recommended by Chambers & Partners in all his key practice areas including (i) health & safety, (ii) inquests & public inquiries, (iii) POCA work & asset forfeiture, and (iv) financial crime.
Tim is also highly ranked by the current edition of Legal 500 for health & safety, inquests & inquiries and POCA & asset forfeiture and business & regulatory crime.
Both Chambers & Partners and Legal 500 emphasise that Tim is one of the leading advocates of his generation saying this:
“For clients, he is a real fighter which with his exceptional knowledge of regulatory legislation and considerable experience makes him a force to be reckoned with.”
“A highly skilled barrister who is incredibly impressive in front of a jury; he is meticulous, hardworking and very friendly.”
“Tim is a natural communicator, and has a fantastic ability to provide clear and succinct legal advice.”
Tim was short-listed for Chambers UK Health and Safety Junior of the Year in 2020. He has appeared in many of the most sensitive and complex health and safety prosecutions over the last 10 years. His clients include most of the leading international and national firms in the field with instructions arising from workplace fatalities in the construction, manufacturing, mining, waste management, logistics, health care, maritime and agricultural sectors.
Tim has extensive experience appearing in public inquiries, as well as Article 2 and jury inquests. He has been instructed by a significant corporate Core Participant in the Grenfell Tower Inquiry since 2019. In the last 3 years Tim has represented very large construction companies, large public railway undertakings, global travel companies, hospitals, hospices and large US pharmaceutical companies at various complex and sensitive inquests.
Tim will formally take Silk when he makes his declaration before the Lord Chancellor at the official swearing in ceremony in March 2022 at Westminster Hall.
The members and staff of chambers warmly congratulate Tim on his Silk appointment.