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BA (Hons) (1st) (York); GDL, BVC (College of Law)
Twice: Inner Temple Internship Scholar
National winner of Green Book moot, judged by Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury
Legal Resources Centre, Accra
Bridges Across Borders South East Asia
Visiting Fellow of the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, Program in International Human Rights Law
William’s practice focuses on the investigation and prosecution of serious and complex cases of fraud, bribery and corruption. William is employed by the Serious Fraud Office. Currently, William does not offer or provide legal services to anyone apart from the Serious Fraud Office.
William won two scholarships from the Inner Temple, and is a Scholar of the Kalisher Trust.
In a pro bono capacity, William worked with a joint Thai-international team in Thailand, including a Thai women’s correctional institute. As a result, William was appointed a Visiting Fellow of the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, Program in International Human Rights Law. William also helped design and implement the training of Ghanaian law enforcement personnel on Human Trafficking law and practice, in collaboration with the Legal Resources Centre in Ghana.
William established a charity which funded the construction of school buildings and provision of running water to a school in Tamale, Northern Ghana.
Rook and Ward on Sexual Offences - new Supplement published
William Hotham has made significant contributions to the new First Supplement of the 4th edition of Rook and Ward on Sexual Offences Law and Practice. The Supplement published on 24th March 2014 is available to purchase here This contributes to chambers' strength and depth of expertise in ...read more