Originally from a criminal practice, which encompassed major frauds and terrorist cases, including the first Iraqi Hijacking trial in which he was the youngest counsel instructed, Marios Lambis has been undertaking criminal, professional discipline and regulatory work for all of his career. His experience and level of knowledge has led to him undertaking work before most regulators not only presenting and defending but also advising. This included being one of only eight lawyers (the only junior counsel) invited to advise on the new fitness to practice rules for the organisation that was to take over the hearings for the General Medical Council.
He has advised and/or represented the Home Office, multinational enterprises, non-governmental organisations and many regulators in areas ranging from environmental pollution, health & safety, fitness to practice of professionals of all descriptions including those facing criminal allegations and the prospect of loosing their liberty.
He has been asked to chair meeting between multinationals and NGO’s both overseas and in the United Kingdom.
Marios is also a Recorder of the Crown Court with a licence to try Serious Sexual Offences, which brings invaluable experience to clients.