Mark Fanthorpe Solicitor


  • English - English

Office location


17-19 High Street, NW10 4NE

Tel: 020 8961 5146


Mark Fanthorpe qualified as a solicitor in 1985, and has practiced in Harlesden all his professional life. He has a strong commitment to his clients and the local community.

Mark was for many years a partner in Alexander & Partners, specialising in criminal and family law, and has undertaken exclusively criminal work since joining EBR Attridge LLP in 2013.Mark is a court and police station duty solicitor, and appears very frequently in the local Magistrates Courts. He also has higher courts advocacy rights, entitling him to conduct hearings in the Crown Court.

Mark has acted in many serious cases over the years, some of the most recent of which are set out in his experience tab. However, he has a real commitment to every case, however minor.

Contact Mark Fanthorpe

Mark Fanthorpe can be contacted on 0208 961 5146 or via e-mail to discuss how he together with other team members at EBR Attridge LLP may be of service


R-v-DO: 2016 client charged with a conspiracy to commit armed robberies of jewellers’ shops, but the CPS were persuaded to drop the allegation in return for a guilty plea relating to one particular incident only.

R-v-FB: 2015 client charged with attempted murder after igniting a fire at her flat, in which her young daughter was sleeping. After a substantial trial involving complex expert evidence, FB was convicted only of a much lesser offence.

R-v-ON: 2014 client charged with religiously aggravated assault following an incident involving a well-known politician. The case had to be handled with care and sensitivity, and ultimately the prosecution dropped the religiously aspect of the allegation.

R-v-NL: 2013 client charged in connection with a substantial conspiracy to import opium. The case proceeded at the Old Bailey, where the defendant pleaded guilty on a limited basis.

R-v-TN: 2013 client charged with attempted murder, following an incident in which he stabbed a shopkeeper repeatedly with a knife in an unprovoked attack. Psychiatric issues needed careful exploration, and guilty pleas to lesser charges were successfully negotiated.