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Public Advocacy & Government Regulations  |  Toby Cadman

Guernica 37 International Justice Chambers is a specialist Barristers’ Chambers experienced in advising and assisting States as they commence a process of structural reform and transformation following periods of political instability, post-conflict, post-authoritarian regimes or prolonged periods of state institutions controlled by systemic and structural corrupt practices.

Toby's team provides specialist guidance on taking a project from its inception through all stages of the political processes.  Recognising that legal obligations often require consideration of many factors including law, public policy, public relations and long term planning, our team is on hand to plan a well thought out strategy and carry it through to successful conclusion.

His extensive experience and involvement in the international law and foreign policy on a global platform enables him to provide guidance on the development and implementation of clearly defined strategies to achieve the objectives of his clients. Guernica37’s range of clientele comes from the political, institutional and economic sectors as key stakeholders in any lasting and sustainable transformation. 


Toby offers specialist political and public affairs consultancy services advising clients how best to identify, approach and influence the key decision makers of Westminster, Washington DC, Brussels and further afield.

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Our team of expert international lawyers, designs, supports and implements, depending upon the needs of the individual State, a comprehensive, yet realistic, tailored strategy based on a fundamental understanding of the situation, quality, and geopolitical position. 

In their work, our members take into consideration each and every aspect and vectors for a feasible and successful process. Our work has involved the following countries: Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Chile, Colombia, Croatia, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Iraq, Kosovo, Libya, Maldives, Mexico, Montenegro, Pakistan, Palestine, Rwanda, Serbia, Spain, Syria, Sri Lanka, and the United Kingdom.


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