Jonathan Cohen is described in the most recent edition of the Chambers & Partners Directory as “everything you want from a barrister; excellent on his feet, good with clients and responsive. In court he is determined, strong and gets to the point quickly.”
He has a mixed employment law and commercial litigation practice with a particular expertise in applications for all forms of interim and injunctive relief. He was formerly in practice at Cloisters Chambers, where he had been a member since pupillage. He was educated at Manchester Grammar School and Oxford University. He was called in 1999 and joined Littleton Chambers in 2007. He is the author of the civil fraud chapter in Serious Economic Crime, published by the Serious Fraud Office in 2011.
Jonathan has been recommended as a leading junior in both Chambers & Partners and the Legal 500 for some years. A selection of recent comments from those directories include:
“A fearless and analytical advocate, loved by clients”
“Described by his opponents as “knowing the law” and “extremely persuasive””
“a tough advocate”
“receiving nothing but good reports”
“has dogged determination and fine cross-examination skills.”
He has a reputation for combining excellent advocacy with strong legal skills and a commercial and cost sensitive approach to litigation.