About Greg

Greg is a Crown Court Advocate, predominately defending in Criminal cases and appearing in Regulatory hearings.

He specialises in defending criminal cases and does both private and legal aid work. He is instructed by numerous leading criminal law firms, including Bindmans, Edward Fail, HJA (where he was previously a partner) and GT Stewart (for whom he also acted as a  duty solicitor at Court and Police Station) and is a consultant with Shearman Bowen and Co. 

He is an experienced advocate in the regulatory field, currently attached to Kingsley Napley.

He is the co-founder of the Jack Leslie Campaign, and director of Freelance Advocacy Services

Campaigning Greg has been involved in campaigns on law and order issues, prison reform and civil liberties issues, and against legal aid cuts.

Greg lives in Islington, where he served as a local Councillor (2006-2014)
He was President of the LCCSA from 2015-2016, and is currently chairman of PASALB   He is a trustee of local charity Bridging the Gap.

You can follow him on twitter on @GregFoxsmith