Joshua Carey joins Devereux Chambers

Joshua Carey, formerly of 2 Hare Court, has joined Devereux Chambers’ highly regarded team of tax practitioners.

He practises predominantly in the areas of tax, public and administrative law (including judicial review), commercial litigation, civil and criminal fraud and business crime. His wide range of clients includes large multi-nationals, and central and local government.

Before joining the Bar, Joshua Carey was a solicitor advocate in a “Big Six” Australian law firm specialising particularly in the areas of judicial review, commercial litigation, constitutional law and freedom of information litigation. After relocating to London, he became the lead solicitor for the Missing Trader-Intra Community (MTIC) Litigation team for HMRC in London. He has been in independent practice at the Bar in London since 2016.

He is a member of the Attorney General’s C Panel of counsel, and has experience of drafting policy guidance for government departments for implementation and use by departmental officers as well as of statutory interpretation and construction of financial legislative instruments.

Timothy Brennan QC, elected Head of Devereux Chambers, said: “It is a pleasure to welcome Joshua Carey as a member of chambers. He will add more strength to our team of specialist tax practitioners.”

For queries regarding Joshua Carey, or any of our tax team, please contact our Practice Managers. 

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