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Sam Thomas
Barrister | 2 Bedford Row

Sam Thomas is co-author and barrister at the Chambers of William Clegg QC. A specialist in criminal and regulatory law, Sam has practical experience in cases involving data protection, money laundering, insider trading and fraudulent activity, confiscation, production orders and warrants,and international investigations, including those conducted by the United States Department for Justice. Sam’s experience encompasses both the provision of advice to investigators and prosecuting authorities, and to companies and individuals under investigation. He has provided advice to the Crown Prosecution Service, Her Majesty’s Review and Customs and the National Crime Agency. He is regularly instructed in cases involving the Serious Fraud Office.

Sam has been previously published within the Criminal Law Review and by the Association of Disciplinary and Regulatory Lawyers. Within the area of compliance, Sam contributed to the original Office of Fair Trading Irresponsible Lending Guidance which has since been incorporated into the Financial Conduct Authority Consumer Credit Source book.

Prior to coming to the bar Sam was a market maker specialising in the trade of indices, commodities and treasuries.
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Sam Thomas
Barrister | 2 Bedford Row

Sam Thomas is co-author and barrister at the Chambers of William Clegg QC. A specialist in criminal and regulatory law, Sam has practical experience in cases involving data protection, money laundering, insider trading and fraudulent activity, confiscation, production orders and warrants,and international investigations, including those conducted by the United States Department for Justice. Sam’s experience encompasses both the provision of advice to investigators and prosecuting authorities, and to companies and individuals under investigation. He has provided advice to the Crown Prosecution Service, Her Majesty’s Review and Customs and the National Crime Agency. He is regularly instructed in cases involving the Serious Fraud Office.

Sam has been previously published within the Criminal Law Review and by the Association of Disciplinary and Regulatory Lawyers. Within the area of compliance, Sam contributed to the original Office of Fair Trading Irresponsible Lending Guidance which has since been incorporated into the Financial Conduct Authority Consumer Credit Source book.

Prior to coming to the bar Sam was a market maker specialising in the trade of indices, commodities and treasuries.
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