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ACSS London Chapter
British Sanctions Roundup

Come join us at the ACSS London Chapter as sanctions guru Maya Lester QC of Brick Court Chambers takes us through some of the key developments in sanctions in the past year as well as what may be on the horizon in 2022.

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Speaker(s): Maya Lester QC, UK Barrister, Brick Court Chambers

Moderator: Tom Cornell, Associate, Debevoise & Plimpton

Date: Wednesday, December 08, 2021

Time: 06:00 PM – 07:15 PM GMT (UK Time)

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Maya Lester QC

UK Barrister

Brick Court Chambers

Maya Lester QC is recommended as a leading silk by the legal directories in six practice areas: Administrative & Public Law, Competition & European Law, Civil Liberties & Human Rights, Public International Law and Sanctions. She is ranked in the ‘Chambers 100 UK Bar’ list of the top 100 barristers, and in Who’s Who as one of the world’s leading competition, trade and customs and international sanctions lawyers and as a ‘Thought Leader’ for Brexit.

Maya has a particular expertise in the law relating to economic sanctions. As the directories put it, she is “Queen of the Sanctions Bar without a doubt” and “owns the world of sanctions”.

She founded and co-writes, the leading online resource on sanctions & export control, with over 8000 followers worldwide and has given evidence on sanctions to a number parliamentary committees.

Tom Cornell


Debevoise & Plimpton

Tom practises as an associate in Debevoise & Plimpton’s London office. His practice focuses on complex international litigation and advice, with a particular emphasis on public international law and sanctions.

Tom is the co-author of ‘Sanctions Law’, which was published in January 2019 with a view to providing an accessible overview of sanctions law across a number of different jurisdictions. He has continued to write regularly on sanctions developments, and taught a sanctions module as part of the undergraduate law course at Lund University, Sweden.

Prior to joining Debevoise, Tom practised as a barrister and was Judicial Assistant to the Rt. Hon. Lord Dyson MR at the Court of Appeal for Easter and Trinity terms 2015. Tom also worked as a Visiting Professional at the International Criminal Court in The Hague.