Max Reeves

Director, High Court Advocate and Solicitor   |   SRA ID: 380531

Our founder, Max Reeves, has been working in criminal law for over 20 years.

Max started out as a paralegal in a South London firm, primarily attending crown court hearings to assist counsel and provide support to clients.

He quickly became a caseworker in his own right, dealing with cases from minor offences to the most serious and complex, such as murder and fraud.

Max was soon headhunted by a leading criminal law firm in central London where he qualified as a solicitor, duty solicitor and a higher court advocate, where he has dealt with a number of high profile cases.

Since founding Reeves & Co in 2008, Max has developed the firm into the success it is today, with six offices in Kent and South London, Reeves & Co provides cover throughout the whole of the UK. Despite running a busy law firm Max still represents clients himself, specialising in crown court advocacy.

Max was recently junior counsel in the high profile trial of R v Stimpson – case involving the murder of a girl by her boyfriend in the Chatham Dockside car park where he claimed diminished responsibility due to mental health.

Contact Max: 01233 665054

Daisy Guy

Managing Director

Daisy is an experienced Contract and Area manager within the charitable sector, with qualifications in Law and a graduate and post graduate in Criminology, Forensic Psychology and Advice and Guidance.

In her last post with the Royal British Legion Industries she managed successful teams and delivered on a number of large government contracts. In 2016 she was awarded Employee of the Year for her commitment to the organisation and clients.

Daisy has spent 7 years working with people facing difficult situations who needed support to help them move forward and treats each client with empathy and understanding. Daisy has worked throughout the UK and worldwide with military personnel, people in prison, ex-offenders and those with mental health issues, operating as a Life Coach and Trainer.

Since working for Reeves and Co, Daisy’s role has included case working on notable, high profile cases including murder, attempted murder and sexual offences. Her role now as Practice Manager involves managing the firm, employees and ensuring that we deliver a high quality of service to our clients.

Contact Daisy: 01233 665054

Neil Ross

Barrister and Lawyer

Neil Ross is a barrister with experience in representing clients across a wide range of serious offences including serious violence, drugs, fraud and regulatory offences.

Neil is instructed in all aspects of criminal work including serious violence, drugs, fraud and regulatory offences. Praised for the cogency of his submissions in the Court of Appeal, Neil is able to distil complicated arguments and make them accessible to client and court alike. He is known for a friendly and approachable manner, with a knack for putting even difficult clients at ease.

Neil has served as an elected member of the Bar Council and on the executive committee of the Criminal Bar Association. He is particularly technically adept and was a long standing member of the IT panel of the Bar Council, as well as the practitioners group advising on the digitisation of the justice system.

Outside of the law, Neil is a non-executive director on the governing body of NHS Bexley Clinical Commissioning Group. This NHS body plans and commissions healthcare services with an annual budget in excess of £270 million.

Notable cases:

  • R v W & W (Cayman Islands) – led junior. The case focused on corruptly obtained contracts for IT services. During the course of the trial, evidence was heard from a former Government minister, high-ranking civil servants and senior staff at the Health Service. The case had links to numerous jurisdictions and also touched on the FIFA corruption allegations.
  • R v S (Cayman Islands) – led junior. A high-profile fraud case involving the former President of the local University (ongoing).
  • Serious Fraud Office v C – a bribery and corruption case involving payments to foreign public officials to win contracts for the printing of currency.
  • Serious Fraud Office v P – a USD 500 million hedge fund fraud where artificial swap trades were constructed to inflate the value of the fund.
  • R v C and L – led junior. A case of attempted murder using sulphuric acid.
  • R v D and others – murder and violent disorder (ongoing).
  • R v L and others – grievous bodily harm and assisting an offender offences following a gang-related turf war.
  • R v M and others – a grievous bodily harm offence where the complainant, a paranoid schizophrenic, was stabbed in the chest causing life threatening injuries.
  • R v A and others – a large-scale fight in the middle of a busy public road, ending with six people needing hospital treatment including one with multiple stab wounds.
  • R v H – Possession with intent to supply class A drugs where the defendant claimed he had been kidnapped and forced to commit the offences. Complex legal arguments around the applicability of the Modern Slavery Act and its relevance in considering the interests of justice to continue the prosecution.
  • R v R – an attempted rape involving a stranger abducted from the street. The defendant had unusual and complex communication difficulties requiring a range of expert evidence to establish he was unfit to stand trial.
  • R v H – Multiple counts of fly-tipping, breach of duty of care and forgery. The waste included bonded and unbonded asbestos, with the total waste weighing several hundred tonnes.
  • R v S – Offences of fraudulent trading under the Companies Act, and misconduct during winding up under the Insolvency Act.
  • R v S (Court of Appeal) – an application for leave to appeal against sentence in a conspiracy to supply cocaine case involving 5kg of drugs and an undercover operation lasting three months.
  • R v R (Court of Appeal) – a successful appeal against sentence in a case in which the defendant made admissions to dealing drugs in a pre-sentence report but had pleaded guilty to simple possession.
Contact Neil: 01233 665054

Philip Hill

High Court Advocate and Solicitor   |   SRA ID: 139446

Philip qualified as a solicitor in 1988, a duty solicitor in 1990 and as a crown court advocate in 1999.

Philip has been conducting crown court jury trials since 2000 and has been appointed on the Law Society’s mental health review tribunal panel. Philip has also lectured in law at the University of Ostrog, Ukraine.

Contact Philip: 01233 665054

Suzanne Fewins

High Court Advocate and Solicitor   |   SRA ID: 609019

Suzanne completed her undergraduate level degree in law at the University of Kent and her Legal Practice Course at BPP law school.

After completing her Bachelor’s degree in law in 2013, Suzanne spent six months working as a paralegal in London before joining Reeves & Co. She has remained at the firm since and qualified as a solicitor, and later a crown court advocate, in 2015.

Suzanne represents clients at the police station, magistrates’ court and crown court, with her cases often involving fraudulent crimes.

Contact Suzanne: 01233 665054

Jennifer Stanbury

High Court Advocate and Solicitor   |   SRA ID: 133072

A fearless criminal advocate with over 30 years’ experience in Kent and London.

Taking the opportunity to join the Duty Solicitor scheme in 1987, Jennifer has practiced criminal law ever since. Her criminal practice soared in the 90’s as the only criminal lawyer in a conveyancing firm in Clapham Junction. She had the opportunity to represent clients in high profile cases from Police station to the crown court. Eventually when the firm decided to represent private clients only she decided to set up her own firm with all her legal aid clients, mainly crime and family.

After a vast range of cases including murder, drug trafficking, mental health, child abductions, robbery, fraud and sexual offences, she closed her practice in 1995 after deciding to specialise in crime only. Jennifer then moved from South London to work across the water in the West End for a legal 500 criminal law firm where she concentrated on trial advocacy, joining the crown court advocacy team, whilst still maintaining duty solicitor responsibilities.

In 2003 she moved to work for a criminal litigation firm in South London, during which time she became a higher rights advocate. In 2007 she moved to Kent and joined the Kent duty solicitor scheme in 2008, where she has continued to work as a higher rights advocate and duty solicitor.

Her greatest moments have been acquittals in cases of murder, manslaughter, GBH, a 10 year old cold case rape and finally a no case to answer in respect to a five handed violent disorder case.

Contact Jennifer: 01233 665054

Maggie Biglou

Solicitor and High Court Advocate
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Kayleigh Adams

Magistrates and Police Station Case Worker
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Robert Quinn

Solicitor   |   SRA ID: 277756

Robert Quinn is an experienced criminal solicitor having qualified and specialised in criminal defence work since 2004.

He was initially trained by, and subsequently worked for, one of the country’s largest, specialist, criminal defence firms based in London where he rose through the ranks to be appointed as a Director of the firm.

Seeking a change from life in the big city, Robert moved to Ashford in Kent where he has practised since 2006. During that time he has represented people in Courts and Police Stations all over Kent and the South East on a daily basis.

Robert is experienced at dealing with the entire range of criminal offences and prides himself on offering down to earth and realistic advice whilst doing his utmost to fight his client’s corner.

Contact Robert: 01233 665054

Helen Adams

Solicitor   |   SRA ID: 167645

Helen Adams has over 20 years experience as a solicitor.

Helen has worked for Reeves & Co Solicitors for over 5 years and has experience managing a number of different types of criminal cases which allows her to offer her clients quality advice and guidance.

Helen has been practising criminal law for 23 years after being admitted in 1995, graduating at the College of Law in York. She offers experience in both criminal and family law and prior to Reeves & Co managed a busy and successful Criminal Law practice.

Helen takes pride in the service she provides, this is evident by her high number of own clients that stem from repeat customers and recommendations. Helen is not only fantastic with her clients, but also ensures the family surrounding them receive the same high quality service and support through a very difficult time and set of circumstances.

Helen has dealt with a wide range of cases, often taking a case from police station stage right the way through to Crown Court advocacy. Helen has a specialism in handling cases involving youth clients and is aware of the range of factors that can present themselves with this cliental and how to resolve and handle them.

Helen builds exceptional rapport with her clients and has often been told she is someone they feel is approachable, will listen and fight their corner. She is well respected, with high levels of integrity and operates with her clients best interests first.

Contact Helen: 01233 665054

Faye Goodship

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Eleanor Towsey


Eleanor completed her Graduate Diploma in Law and LPC at the University of Law in Guildford.

Eleanor subsequently completed her training contract at The Castle Partnership (incorporating Sears & Co) where she gained considerable experience in criminal law, her police station accreditation and Higher Rights qualification. Eleanor qualified as a solicitor in 2013.

Renowned in the firm for her exceptional levels of client care, conciliatory approach and empathy, Eleanor is driven by achieving the best possible outcome for her clients. Dealing with matters in the most practical and cost-effective way possible, ensuring continuity in the client journey and conducting the majority of her own advocacy all form part of the service that Eleanor offers her clients.

Eleanor’s unique skills and practical approach have led, in addition to dealing with criminal matters, to her practice of family law and developing a passion for mediation, in which she is trained and now specialises. Within the mediation process, her main motivations include negotiating outcomes without recourse to court and enabling parties to reach their own agreement.

Eleanor graduated from the University of London (Royal Holloway College) in 2001 with a BA (Hons) in French with Spanish and subsequently received an MA in French and European Critical Theory (distinction).

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Laura Belcher

Solicitor   |   SRA ID: 378755

Laura qualified as a Solicitor in 2006, after completing her Law Degree at Kent University.

Laura is highly experienced in all aspects of criminal law, including complex murder and rape cases. Laura receives fantastic feedback from her clients due to her supportive, empathetic nature and as she is able to offer clients a vast amount of knowledge and experience.

Contact Laura: 01233 665054

Victoria Urmossy

Solicitor   |   SRA ID: 433012

Victoria is a qualified Duty Solicitor specialising in criminal defence.

After obtaining a degree in Ancient History with honours from Royal Holloway University she went on to study Law at The College of Law in London, firstly undertaking the Graduate Diploma in Law and then going on to complete the Legal Practice Course.

During her time at The College of Law Victoria was awarded a Legal Aid funded training contract with a leading criminal law firm, this was one of only 350 awarded across the country to successful applicants.

Victoria successfully completed her training contract in 2009 and qualified as a Solicitor the same year. Upon qualification she moved to Reeves & Co Solicitors in Kent where she achieved Duty Solicitor status within 5 months of qualification.

Victoria is a senior solicitor within the firm dealing primarily with gang related crime from our London office.

Contact Victoria: 01233 665054

Terry Knox

Solicitor   |   SRA ID: 312532

Terry has been a part of the Reeves & Co team since it was founded in 2008 and is a regular trial Advocate for clients at Magistrates’ Court.

Having trained in London, first at the Bar before becoming a solicitor in 2000, Terry came to Kent to practice in 2003.

He achieved a Distinction in his Master’s Degree in law from the University of Kent. Studying with a focus on the criminal aspects of commercial law, Terry has specialist knowledge in areas which include money laundering and financial fraud.

Terry represents clients in criminal matters at Magistrates’ and Crown Court cases.

Contact Terry: 01233 665054

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