Edward Culver is a practising barrister. He is a member of chambers based in the Temple, London, but works nationwide.
He is known for his specialist expertise across several areas and can be instructed directly (under the public access provisions.) Highly regarded by both lay and professional clients, he repeatedly achieves better than expected outcomes for his clients, whether fighting for their livelihoods, their reputation, or their liberty.
Traditionally barristers would have to be instructed by a solicitor before conducting cases. Now barristers with 3 or more years post qualification experience can be instructed directly by members of the public under the direct access provisions.READ MORE
Serious Criminal Cases
The majority of Edward’s work is defending cases involving serious criminality, especially cases where defendants want to contest rather than concede the prosecution’s assertions.READ MORE
With experience of Courts Martial in Germany and the UK as well as family connections to the army, Edward has significant experience in this unusual forum: he recognises the particular gravity of some offences in light of unit cohesiveness as well as the particular pressures on soldiers and their families that come with Service life.READ MORE
Road Traffic Cases
Road traffic law is a technical area and one where numerous challenges can be made in order to avoid endorsement with penalty points and disqualification.READ MORE
Edward’s experience has included cases relating to licenses to sell alcohol on and off premises, and of allegations of criminality relating to taxi drivers, including speeding, touting, and more serious crimes.READ MORE
As a member of the Countryside Alliance and previous member of BASC, Edward has a deeper understanding than many barristers of the significance of licences to those that hold them and their reasons for doing so.READ MORE
Even the friendliest of dogs can sometimes place themselves and their owners in difficulty. The Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 and the Dangerous Dogs 1871 can lead to imprisonment of the owner and destruction of the dog.READ MORE
Edward qualified as a mediator in 2011 at the London School of Mediation and is now on several mediation panels.READ MORE