Anthony Moore | 39 Park Square


Anthony Moore

Anthony grew up in Cumbria and worked for a number of years, including time as a trade union official at local and branch level, before beginning his degree studies.

Anthony practiced from London chambers before joining 39 Park Square in 2003. His first decade and a half at the bar encompassed a general common law practice, involving appearances before the Court of Appeal, (Civil and Criminal Divisions); the High Court, (in both civil and family matters); the Crown Court and County Courts; Court Martial; the Employment Appeal Tribunal, and Industrial/Employment Tribunals; Coroner’s Courts; Mental Health Tribunals; and the Licensing Justices. Anthony also had the odd foray into the Chancery Division, but drew the line at the one brief he received, (and returned), in the Admiralty Division.

Anthony has represented clients on a private basis before internal/domestic tribunals, where the rules of the organisation/company have allowed this.

Alongside professional practice, Anthony has been involved in the instructing of advocacy skills to the pupil/new practitioner members of Lincoln’s Inn since 1994. He is a lead tutor on the, (now assessed), residential courses organised by Lincoln’s Inn. In 2012 he was one of a group invited to present material to the inaugural CPD conference of the Institute of Judicial and Legal Studies, Mauritius. He returned in August 2013 to present a bespoke 5 day course for the Office of the DPP, Mauritius.

Anthony is a Bencher of Lincoln’s Inn. He was elected Head of Chambers in February 2014.


Areas of work

  • Personal Injury
  • Infant/Patient settlements
  • Road traffic accidents
  • Credit hire
  • Accidents at work
  • Inquests

Notable Cases

Empson v Forde (1994) E.G.L.R. (CA) – Represented Respondent tenants in a possession case where the Court of Appeal clarified respective duties of repair between the landlord and the tenant.

Anthony’s practice has always included crime, both prosecuting and defending. He has represented clients before the Court Martial, both at home and abroad. Anthony has experience of prosecuting for authorities and institutions outside of the CPS.

Notable Cases

R v Pickering Four week murder trial relating to a stabbing in the course of a robbery.

R v Chamberlain
 Leading junior in 5 week case of alleged corruption involving technical staff of the Ministry of Defence and private contractors engaged to clean out fuel tanks on RAF bases.

R v Macbeth
 Trial listed 6-8 weeks. Prison Mutiny arising out of the Lincoln Prison Riots.

R v Brown
 Led by N Davey Q.C. Child neglect case where co-defendant charged with murder.

R v Hussein & Ors
 Prosecution appeal to Court of Appeal in POCA proceedings re the interpretation of S10 POCA 2002.

R v Jakeman & Ors
 Alleged offences arising out of bullying of recruits by staff at Catterick ITC.

Anthony has always had an affinity with the sea, from kayaking as a youngster, to his time as a windsurfing instructor in his twenties. He now sails “boats with lids on”, and is as happy pootling around the coast as when crewing in offshore races. He has achieved a modicum of prize-winning success at Cowes Week, the Legal Week Challenge, and the Manches Cup, as well as competing in the ‘Fastnet’ Race.

He is married to Bee, and lives in North Yorkshire where they both enjoy walking in the local countryside, when not having to administer to the every need, demand and whim of their two ‘rescue’ cats Oliver and Dodger.