Camilla Rents

Camilla Rents

Camilla was called to the bar by Middle Temple in 2010. She joined Old Bailey Solicitors shortly after and cross-qualified as a solicitor and Higher Courts Advocate. Regularly representing clients in the magistrates and crown courts, whether as advocate or litigator, Camilla gained vast experience acting in general crime matters, spanning violent assaults, sexual offences, theft, money laundering and fraud.

Camilla has extensive experience of advising clients both in relation to voluntary attendances for interview at the police station, and also following arrest and throughout detention. Camilla has particular experience advising clients asked to attend DWP interviews under caution and advising those under investigation by the SFO and FCA.

Camilla is delighted to have recently returned to Old Bailey Solicitors, having spent 18 months in a commercial law firm acting for a diverse range of individuals, professional firms and companies; many within the financial services industry. Camilla’s knowledge and practical experience of working with and advising FCA regulated businesses has provided her with a high level of understanding that enables her to give commercially sensible and practical advice when acting in cases of business and financial crime.

If you or your business is under investigation, or if you have been invited to attend an interview under caution, whether by the police or your regulatory body, Camilla would be happy to discuss your case with you.


If you wish to contact Camilla, please email camilla.rents@oblaw.co.uk 

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