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Barrister Amiot Vollenweider of England; convicted of assault  


The Law Society presented Amiot Marcus Ellerton Vollenweider with a Barristers license in 2000 after he graduated from the University of Bristol School of Law. 


The Bar Standards Board found Amiot guilty of the following misconduct.

  • Behaved in a way which was likely to diminish the trust and confidence which the public places in him or in the profession
  • Convicted of assault by beating
  • Fined £1500 (#1,933.00), ordered to pay a surcharge of £150 ($192.00) and prosecution costs of £85 ($109.00)

As a direct consequence of his misconduct, the apologists for Barrister Misfits sitting on the Bar Standards Board punished Amiot by gifting him with a complimentary reprimand.


As we speak (ca. August 2020), Amiot practices with the Thomas More Chambers at 7 Lincoln’s Inn Fields in London, United Kingdom.



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