Ladan Sabahipour Branch Partner


  • English - English

Office location


Suite 156 Camberwell Business Centre, 99-103 Lomond Grove, SE5 7HN

Tel: 020 7231 5166

DX: 80713 Bermondsey


Having joined the renowned team of expert criminal defence lawyers at EBR Attridge LLP in 2000, Ladan defends clients facing any one of a broad spectrum of criminal charges brought before the Courts each year by law enforcement agencies such as the Metropolitan Police, HM Revenue and Customs, National Crime Agency and the Police Central e-Crimes Unit.

Additionally, Ladan specialises in advising EBR Attridge LLP’s clients currently under active criminal investigation or those having been charged with committing an offence(s) relating to large scale drugs matters.

Ladan is the trainee principal which means that she is responsible for the supervision of the firm’s trainee solicitors.

As an accredited Criminal Duty Solicitor, Ladan Sabahipour is a member of the Criminal Litigation Scheme and therefore able to provide consummate legal advice to individuals who have been arrested for allegedly committing any type of criminal offence. Ladan provides free legal advice 24 hours a day to clients held for questioning at any police station in and around central London and boroughs within the Greater London area as well as at police stations in Middlesex, Herts and Essex.

A highly accomplished criminal defence lawyer, Ladan Sabahipour professional achievements include having provided criminal defence services to high profile cases, several of which care regarded as notable cases.

Contact Ladan Sabahipour

Ladan Sabahipour can be contacted on 0207 231 5166 or via email to discuss how she together with other team members at EBR Attridge LLP may be of service.


R v U (Southwark Crown Court): International high value car ringing operation.

R v M (Inner London Crown Court): Possession of firearm with intent to endanger life involving stand off with armed police

R v U (Snaresbrook Crown Court): Perverting the Course of Justice arising from a fatal road traffic accident.

R v N (Central Criminal Court): Highly publicised murder of a school girl

R v C and others (Central Criminal Court): South London gang assassination.

R v D (Inner London Crown Court): Possession of Firearm, juvenile found in possession of a firearm used in a number of contract killings.

R v L ( Central Criminal Court) £800 million drugs conspiracy case

R v H( Southwark Crown Court) high profile cyber attack on a high street bank, where millions of pounds were stolen.

R v E ( Southwark Crown Court) confiscation proceedings in the amount of £200 million

R v P ( Southwark Crown Court) Insider Banking fraud.

R v H( Southwark Crown Court) high profile immigration fraud.

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