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Description Rebecca Fairbairn is a well regarded and experienced family and criminal law barrister based in Temple, London.

She is registered under the Direct Access Scheme so members of the public can approach her directly without the need to engage a solicitor. This is quicker, simpler and more cost effective.

Rebecca has wide experience in all areas of family law including residence/contact and ancillary relief on divorce. In criminal proceedings she has represented clients accused of the most serious offences including hearings in the Court of Appeal. She is a skilled and persuasive advocate who will work diligently and efficiently on your behalf.
Address One Paper Buildings, Temple
London
London
EC4Y 7EP
United Kingdom
Phone number 020 7353 3728
Practice areas Criminal Law, Family Law
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Submission Date 24/06/13 (Edited 08/01/15)



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