Josef Rybacki represents individuals and corporations in white collar crime and regulatory matters. Mr. Rybacki has defended clients in cases brought by the Serious Fraud Office, Crown Prosecution Service and National Crime Agency. He has experience of investigations and prosecutions alleging fraud, bribery and money laundering.

Mr. Rybacki joined the firm from the Criminal Bar (England & Wales), where he prosecuted and defended a range of criminal and quasi-criminal cases, and was instructed on a public inquiry.

As a Harold G. Fox Fund Scholar, Mr. Rybacki worked at a leading litigation boutique in Toronto, and was seconded to the Court of Appeal for Ontario and the Supreme Court of Yukon. He was awarded Lord Denning, Hardwicke and Wolfson scholarships by Lincoln’s Inn, and received a prize from the Kalisher Trust for his essay on corporate criminal liability.

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  • Education

    • Bar Professional Training Course, City University, 2013

    • Graduate Diploma in Law, College of Law, Manchester, 2012

    • BA (Hons), Ancient History, University of Manchester, 2011

  • Admissions

    • England and Wales, Barrister