Noam Almaz qualified as a solicitor in 2004. He has extensive criminal law experience, having defended clients facing the full range of criminal charges. He has acted in matters at all levels of complexity and is accustomed to dealing with high-profile cases that have attracted national and international media attention.
Noam developed a particular interest in protest-related work, with numerous reported cases concerning the rights to freedom of expression and assembly and related issues.
In 2010, Noam broadened his practice to include extradition. Since then, he has developed a strong reputation in the field. He is an experienced crime and extradition advocate, representing clients from initial hearing to trial/final extradition hearing. He has secured the discharge of dozens of clients facing extradition requests from all over the world, including Albania, Peru, the Unites States, Turkey, Canada and Australia.
Most recently, Noam acted in a Canadian case described by highly experienced counsel as the “most complicated case I’ve ever dealt with”. Not only was the client discharged here, the charges in Canada were withdrawn following the service of the defence case.
Noam has been recognised for his work in both Chambers and Partners and the Legal 500.
04 Jan 2024
Partner Bambos Tsiattalou discusses the SFO’s hiring spree in The Times
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