Corinne Bramwell


Corinne is a specialist criminal law advocate. She undertakes work in all areas of complex crime, defence and prosecution, and is licensed to receive instructions direct from the public. Corinne is a member of the CPS panel advocates scheme at grade 3, and the CPS specialist rape, fraud, serious crime and extradition panels.

Background and expertise

Corinne has over 10 years of experience in practice. She is instructed alone and as led junior specialising in all types of serious criminal work. In the last 18 months, Corinne’s most notable work has involved serious sexual offences, fraud and money laundering. As a result, Corinne has expertise distilling voluminous and complex evidence for concise, digestible presentation. Corinne has conducted numerous trials involving young and vulnerable people and has completed Vulnerable Witness Training. Corinne is skilled in handling matters of disclosure. She has recently lectured on recent developments in confiscation.

Corinne is also an experienced practitioner in extradition law, international and domestic courts martial, professional disciplinary work and judicial review. She has appeared in the Court of Appeal and the Administrative Court on numerous occasions.

Corinne has undertaken secondments at the CPS Extradition Unit and the Nursing and Midwifery Council. Prior to undertaking pupillage, Corinne worked at the Revenue and Customs Prosecution Office.

Corinne is an accredited pupil supervisor.

Notable cases

R v Mazzarello and Mbadugha, 2017

£50m tax fraud – led by David Hughes.

See Daily Mail article

See Court News UK article

See The Guardian article

R v Horrix, 2017

Historic sexual offences – alone.

See Bracknell News article

Read more Notable cases

R v Davies, Davies and Vullnetari, 2016

£5m Gift Aid fraud – led by David Hughes.

See Daily Express article

See Daily Telegraph article

R v Kilbee, 2016

Serious sexual offences - alone.

See BBC News article

See Oxfordshire Guardian article

R v Bibi and Others, 2015

Modern slavery – alone.

See Darlington and Stockton Times article

R v Tulloch and McKenzie-Jackson, 2013

Homicide  – led by Jane Bickerstaff QC.

See BBC News article

See The Guardian article

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PROFILE: Corinne Bramwell

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Financial Crime

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Sexual offences

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Regulatory / Disciplinary

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020 7489 2727


BVC - Inns of Court School of Law, City University

LLB (Hons) - European, International and Comparative Law, University of Sheffield and University of Helsinki


Inner Temple

South Eastern Circuit

Criminal Bar Association


CPS Panel Advocate, Grade 3

CPS Specialist Rape Panel Advocate

CPS Specialist Fraud Panel Advocate (grade 3)

CPS Serious Crime Panel Advocate (grade 3)

CPS Specialist Extradition Panel Advocate (grade 2)

Direct Access Qualified

Pupil Supervisor

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