Campaspe Lloyd Jacob

Call: 1990

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Campaspe is returning to chambers after a career break to resume her extensive criminal and extradition practice. She has appeared for the defence in terrorism, fraud, violence, sex, and drugs cases. In the extradition field, she has obtained the discharge of many requested persons. She was part of the prosecuting team in Pinochet in its three House of Lords hearings. She initiated the appeal, and consequent compensation claim, of Nicholas Mullen who had – decades earlier – been sentenced to 30 years for conspiracy to cause explosions (on the grounds that he was illegally kidnapped and brought to the UK by the security services). She was also instructed in the transfer of Tharcisse Muvunyi to the ICTR.

Legal Expertise

Extradition overview

Campaspe has appeared in many high-profile extradition cases over the years, appearing both for foreign governments and for those seeking to resist extradition. She has made a speciality of representing Italian clients and identifying Article 6 breaches in Italian legal proceedings. She was part of the prosecution team in Pinochet and she was a contributor to Halsbury’s Laws extradition section.

Crime overview

Campaspe’s practice encompasses all areas of crime. She has appeared in numerous fraud and terrorist cases as well as drugs cases, and cases alleging violence and sexual assault.

Professional Discipline overview

Campaspe appears before disciplinary tribunals seeking the removal of or sanctions against professional individuals.

Inquests & Inquiries overview

Campaspe accepts instructions on all matters relating to inquests and public inquiries.

Mullen v Regina
[1999] Cr App R143 CA
R v Secretary of State for Home Department ex parte Nicholas Mullen [2002] EWHC 230 (Admin); [2002] 1 WLR 1857, DC; [2003] 2 WLR 835, CA; [2004] 2 WLR 1140, HL; [2005] 1 AC 1

Mitoi v Romania
2006 EWHC 1977 (Admin)

Migliorelli v Govt of Italy
2006 EWHC 243 (Admin)
Trial in absence in Italy breached Article 6 rights

Crown Prosecution Service v Saia
Queen’s Bench Division (Administrative Court) [2001] EWHC Admin 997

R v Bow St Magistrates’ Court and others ex p Pinochet Ugarte
(Nos 1-3) [2001] 1 AC 61, HL, [2001] 1 AC 119, HL, [2001] 1 AC 119, HL

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Extradition Lawyers Associations
Criminal Bar Association

Fluent Italian
Fluent French

Oxford University BA
City University Dip Law

A novel, Ophelia in Pieces, under the name Clare Jacob. Published by Short Books. ISBN 978-1-907595-49-3

An opera, The Face, performed at Gray’s Inn (Campaspe wrote the libretto. Music by Christopher Bowers Broadbent)

Campaspe has taught English to refugees (through the Refugee Council and Southwark Asylum Seekers Day Care Centre).

She has appeared for residents in a planning appeal and received a Southwark civic award.

I, Campaspe Lloyd-Jacob, am a data controller and can be contacted at 3 Raymond Buildings, Gray’s Inn, London WC1R 5BH or by telephone on 020 7400 6400 or by email at  My Data Protection Policy can be found here.

All personal data that I process is for the purposes of providing legal services, conducting conflict-checks, marketing, defending potential complaints, legal proceedings or fee disputes, keeping anti-money laundering records, training other barristers and pupils and when providing work-shadowing opportunities, and/or exercising a right to a lien.  The types of data I process vary upon the nature of the legal matter in relation to which I am engaged to advise, but can include names, contact details, biographic details and ‘special category personal data’ (such as details of racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, health, sex life and criminal convictions and proceedings).

Depending upon the circumstances of the case, the legal bases upon which I process personal data are (i) the performance of a contract to which the data subject is a party or in order to take steps at the request of the data subject prior to entering into a contract, (ii) the processing is necessary to comply with legal obligations to which I am subject, or (iii) the processing is necessary for the legitimate interests set out above, except where such interests are overridden by the interests or fundamental rights and freedoms of the data subjects which require protection of personal data, in particular where the data subject is a child.  When I rely on (iii) legitimate interests, my ‘Legitimate Interests Assessment’ can be found here.  When I process data which has not been obtained directly from the data subject (eg personal data contained in evidential materials), it will have been supplied to me as part of my instructions in circumstances covered by legal professional privilege.

Depending upon the circumstances of the case, I may share the personal data with:

  1. my Chambers, which supplies professional and administrative support to my practice;
  2. Courts and other tribunals to whom documents are presented;
  3. my lay and professional clients;
  4. potential witnesses, in particular experts, and friends or family of the data subject;
  5. solicitors, barristers, pupils, mini pupils and other legal representatives;
  6. ombudsmen and regulatory authorities;
  7. current, past or prospective employers;
  8. education and examining bodies;
  9. business associates, professional advisers and trade bodies.

I retain personal data for no longer than 7 years after the case has come to an end or as otherwise required by law.

I do not intend to transfer data to any country which is not either within the European Union, or otherwise permitted by UK data protection legislation.

Under the UK GDPR, data subjects whose personal data I process have the right to request from me access to, and rectification or erasure of, their personal data, the right to the restriction of processing concerning them, the right to object to processing as well as the right to data portability.  Data subjects also have the right to lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioner’s Office (

In cases where there is a contract between me and the data subject, the provision of personal data is a contractual requirement and the data subject is obliged to provide the personal data in order that I can supply legal services.  A failure to provide such data may mean that I will not be able to provide those legal services.

Rev 2.1 07.12.2022

Data Protection Policy

Legitimate Interests Assessment