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Christian Jowett
Barrister | 30 Park Place

Christian Jowett is a barrister who practices from 30 Park Place, Cardiff and is a door-tenant at Foundry Chambers, London. His main interest is in the interface between confiscation and asset recovery, property co-ownership, tax and insolvency. He has a second specialism in public law. Christian also sits as a Deputy District Judge (Civil).

Christian also writes, blogs and lectures on the interface between criminal confiscation and other areas of law.
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Barrister | 30 Park Place

Christian Jowett is a barrister who practices from 30 Park Place, Cardiff and is a door-tenant at Foundry Chambers, London. His main interest is in the interface between confiscation and asset recovery, property co-ownership, tax and insolvency. He has a second specialism in public law. Christian also sits as a Deputy District Judge (Civil).

Christian also writes, blogs and lectures on the interface between criminal confiscation and other areas of law.
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