Anand Doobay deals with criminal and regulatory matters including fraud, extradition, mutual legal assistance, corruption, sanctions, tax and money laundering.
He was appointed by Theresa May (then Home Secretary) to a panel to review the United Kingdom’s extradition arrangements and the European Parliament asked him to prepare an expert report on potential reforms to the European Arrest Warrant system.
Anand was also consulted as an expert by Fair Trials when they prepared their report on Interpol.
He provided expert evidence on fraud proceedings for the Law Society of England and Wales to the High Court and has dealt with many Serious Fraud Office prosecutions.
Anand has advised a serving Prime Minister, a former Deputy Prime Minister, a Deputy Foreign Minister and three G20 governments.
He has been involved in high profile and politically sensitive investigations and prosecutions in over 50 countries.
He is consultant editor on extradition for Halsbury’s Laws of England, the author of the chapter on extradition in Blackstone’s Criminal Practice and a contributing author to the Law of Extradition.
He is a Council Member of Justice and is on the Foreign and Commonwealth Office pro bono panel.