Rupert Bowers


Rupert Bowers QC is a well-known British barrister.

He was called towards the pub in 1995 and today practises from Doughty Road chambers in London. Over time he has displayed several high-profile numbers, including Lord Hanningfield, George Galloway, and Harry Redknapp, effectively demanding the dawn raid on his house by the town of London Law enforcement, Jermain Defoe, Bradley Wright-Phillips and Ben Thatcher on the Soccer Association enquiry into his deal with on Pedro Mendes.In 2006 Bowers co-authored the Oxford University Press guide towards the Terrorism Act 2006 as well as other associates of his chambers. Specialising in legal rules, extradition, judicial review and sport related issues he typically represents the privileges of the average person against federal government organisations and the authorities. Bowers acted for the Claimants in a higher Court overview of the legality from the arrest and detention of suspected terrorists functioning Pathway. These arrests implemented the photographing of private documents carried with the after that counter terrorism key Bob Quick outside 10 Downing Road on 8 Apr 2009. The situation has been regarded by European Courtroom of Human Privileges. Bowers was also mixed up in ultimately unsuccessful program to commit Colin Interface, Key Constable of Avon and Somerset, to jail for contempt of a higher Court order.