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Chloe Hucker

Chloe joined chambers in October 2019 following the successful completion of her pupillage.

Chloe has developed a practise prosecuting and defending in serious and complex cases before the Crown Court, with a particular interest in serious violence, drug related offences and fraud and financial crime. She takes a proactive approach to managing document-heavy cases and is able to quickly digest material in order to identify the key issues for her client. Chloe is personable and builds a good rapport with both defendants and professional clients. She has considerable experience in cases involving vulnerable defendants and complainants.

Chloe is a member of the CPS Advocates’ Panel at Grade 3 and the CPS Fraud Advocates' Panel at Grade 2. Chloe also regularly prosecutes on behalf of local authority trading standards departments.

Chloe has developed a regulatory practice and regularly appears on behalf of professionals facing disciplinary action by their regulator.

Notable cases


R v B (Court of Appeal)

Successfully appealed the imposition of a sexual harm prevention order imposed after the defendant had pleaded guilty to the possession of indecent images, on the basis that the SHPO was unworkable and unnecessary.

R v T (Woolwich Crown Court)

Secured acquittal of client facing two counts of malicious communications, despite the defendant failing to attend the first day of trial and the judge deciding to proceed in her absence.  

R v R (Holborn Crown Court)

Secured acquittal of client charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm where partial and unhelpful admissions had been made to the police at the time of his arrest.

R v O & Others (Northampton Crown Court)

Instructed as led junior in this case involving the fraudulent evasion of duty owed on cigarettes. The duty owed was in the region of £6million.



R v S & others (Ipswich Crown Court)

Led junior in the successful prosecution of three defendants involved in the laundering of approximately £5million.

R v B (Isleworth CC)

Prosecution for attempted GBH in which the defendant had tried to run two people over. Despite neither complainant being supportive, the prosecution proceeded with CCTV footage and the account of an eye-witness who was nearby. 

R v I (Aylesbury Crown Court)

Successfully prosecuted a ‘car clocking’ fraud valued at just under £80,000.00 on behalf of a local authority. At the conclusion of the case, the Crown obtained a confiscation order which covered the full loss caused by the fraud.

R v E (Aylebsury Crown Court)

Prosecution for fraudulent trading relating to the fraudulent operation of a construction company, through which the defendant defrauded vulnerable individuals who required construction work on their properties.  T

R v W  (Harrow Crown Court)

Prosecution for drug supply and related money laundering offence, following which the judge commented that Chloe’s cross-examination of the defendant was ‘excellent’.



2018: Bar Professional Training Course, City Law School

2016: LLM, University College London

2014: LLB, University College London

Scholarships and Awards

2018: Lincoln’s Inn Megarry Scholarship

2018: The British Academy of Forensic Sciences Prize for Advanced Criminal Litigation at City University

2017: Lincoln's Inn Thomas More Bursary Scholarship

2017: Lincoln's Inn Hardwicke Entrance Award


CPS Advocates’ Panel (Grade 3)

CPS Advocates’ Fraud Panel (Grade 2)

Government Legal Department’s ‘Junior Junior’ Scheme


Criminal Bar Association