Barristers at Apex are devoted exclusively to criminal and regulatory law and are experts in assisting those accused of wrongdoing.
We are proud to be able to offer a Welsh speaking service here in the capital of Wales.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: CORONAVIRUS – STEPS WE ARE TAKING
Due to the ongoing situation of COVID-19 Apex Chambers is following Government and NHS advice and are introducing several measures in order to protect all staff, clients and members.
Chambers is continuing to operate with staff now in chambers on a rotary basis with some staff working remotely.
The Barristers continue to appear at court and remotely where possible.
The chambers building is open but for the foreseeable we are not allowing Solicitors and clients here for conferences.
Clerks can be contacted during normal working hours on 0292 0232032 and by email at .
Please stay safe, and do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about our response to coronavirus or how we can work together through this difficult time.
"Apex Chambers houses a strong bench of criminal barristers who both prosecute and defend in serious criminal cases. Members are noted for their expertise in matters relating to historical sex abuse, murder, and large-scale conspiracies to import or supply drugs. The set is also regularly instructed in fraud and dishonesty cases concerning blackmail, banking frauds and high-value thefts."
Chambers and Partners (2020)
"Apex Chambers is home to a strong contingent of criminal advocates, with members appearing in some of the region's most notable cases for all parties. Of recent note, Christopher Rees defended former Commonwealth Games swimmer Otto Putland, who was acquitted of rape."
Legal 500 (2019)