Helen Evans is a leading barrister practising in professional negligence, fraud, disciplinary and insurance work.

Helen is ranked by the legal directories as a leading junior in the fields of professional liability, insurance and professional discipline.  In 2019 she was identified by Who’s Who Legal as one of the two most highly regarded juniors at the professional negligence bar and is a “tier 1” junior in the Legal 500. Recent comments from the directories include:

  • She is in a class of her own: wonderfully hands-on and pitch perfect in her ability to grasp the issues.
  • “Formidable on paper, on her feet, and in cross-examination.”
  • “Helen Evans stands out as one of the most highly regarded barristers in the field. Peers regard her as “thorough and meticulous”, and say she “can unpick the most complicated of cases”.”
  • “Highly sought after for her professional negligence expertise and…considered a go-to by solicitors.”
  •  “She is an extremely skilled tactician and a joy to watch in court.”
  •  “As an advocate, she has a wonderful ability to drill down to the core facts, paring away all that is irrelevant and presenting things in a clear and reasoned manner.”
  • “The exceptionally strong quality of Helen Evans’ work stands out to interviewees. They comment that “she is not afraid of standing up and fighting for a point.””
  •  “She provides technically excellent advice and is a real fighter.”

Helen is particularly known for her expertise in claims against accountants, auditors, other financial professionals and lawyers as well as her fraud and disciplinary work. Her work increasingly has an offshore, corporate or insolvency element.

Accountants, auditors and other financial professionals: Helen’s recent experience includes claims about a wide variety of negligent tax and investment advice, and numerous claims against auditors arising from frauds. Helen’s professional liability practice sits alongside her disciplinary work in the field, and she has in depth knowledge of both accountancy and financial services regulation. She has acted for several of the big 4 accountancy firms as well as many other national firms. She has appeared before the FRC as well as other accountancy regulators.

Lawyers:  Helen is involved in high profile claims against solicitors and barristers. Many of her cases have a very high value and some involve offshore or cross-border elements. Recent examples of her work include one of the Lawyer’s “top 20” cases of 2018 (against a national firm of solicitors), proceedings against solicitors by 4 BVI hedge funds, and several multi-million claims against solicitors arising out of advice on commercial transactions. Helen has acted on a wide range of claims against lawyers and is the co-editor of the solicitors’ and barristers’ chapters in Jackson & Powell on Professional Liability (with Hugh Evans). She also undertakes disciplinary work, including proceedings before the Solicitors’ Disciplinary Tribunal and the Bar Tribunal.

Other professionals and corporate work: Helen has also handled a broad range of disputes against surveyors and valuers (many of which have involved alleged large scale frauds). She also handles litigation by and against insurance brokers, insolvency practitioners, companies and company directors.

Civil fraud: Helen is known for her work handling complex long running fraud cases as well as numerous urgent applications for freezing and proprietary injunctions, Norwich Pharmacal and Bankers Trust orders. In 2020 Helen appeared in both the High Court and Court of Appeal on committal proceedings against a solicitor.

Insurance: Helen’s practice involves a number of insurance disputes but particularly those involving business interruption, credit risk, professional indemnity and other management insurance. She is currently involved in a high profile coverage dispute relating to a solicitor’s involvement in a fraud, managed arbitrations arising from Covid-19 and a multi-party claim against insurance agents.


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Areas of Expertise

Professional Liability


She is meticulous and thorough in her approach to cases – Legal 500, 2020

“She is brilliant at getting stuck into a claim and working as part of a team with solicitors. Her drafting and technical ability are excellent and she never misses a trick.” “She is very good on the detail, gets to grips with the case quickly, is very good at managing clients and building rapport, and her advice is very commercial and realistic.” – Chambers & Partners, 2020

Helen is described by the Legal Directories as “one of the most highly regarded barristers in the field”, “highly sought after for her professional negligence expertise” and “considered a go-to by solicitors.” She has been listed as a recommended junior for professional liability work for some years in the Legal 500, Chambers and Partners, Who’s Who Legal and Legal Experts. Comments include that Helen is “not afraid of standing up and fighting for a point”, that “she provides technically excellent advice and is a real fighter” and that she is “formidable on paper, on her feet, and in cross-examination”. Her work is described as being of “exceptionally strong quality” and “commercial”, and she is commended for her “first-rate service.”

Helen handles a broad variety of claims against solicitors, with recent examples including lost litigation, defective commercial transactions, employment, matrimonial and costs matters in addition to property, chancery and fraud work (including undue influence). Helen has acted in several pieces of large multi-party or managed litigation (involving issues such as the collapse of accident schemes, large frauds and “right to buy” schemes). Helen has also acted in numerous barristers’ negligence cases and has experience of wasted costs claims and civil restraining orders. Helen is the co-editor of the solicitors’ and barristers’ chapters in Jackson & Powell on Professional Liability (with Hugh Evans).  She also undertakes disciplinary work and acts in proceedings before the Solicitors’ Disciplinary Tribunal and Bar Standards Board.

Helen has particular expertise in claims against financial professionals, including accountants, auditors, insolvency practitioners and IFAs. Such claims have encompassed a wide variety of negligent tax and investment schemes, due diligence, business valuation and advice about financial products. She has considerable experience of claims with a financial services, insolvency or auditing element. Helen acted for a finance director in proceedings before the FRC arising out of Equity Red Star Financial Reporting Council, and has also represented clients in ICAEW and ACCA matters.

Helen also acts in disputes against surveyors and valuers (many of which have involved alleged large scale frauds). She has represented banks bringing claims a variety of professionals arising out of property frauds as well as for the professional defendants. Her work in this area includes obtaining freezing injunctions and other interim remedies arising from fraud.


Helen is co-editor of the chapters on solicitors and barristers in Jackson & Powell on Professional Liability, and her lawyers’ liability practice has a broad scope:

  • Her experience spans a wide range of claims against solicitors, including those involving property and conveyancing, partnership, wills and estates, costs personal injury and a variety of commercial transactions.
  • Helen has been involved in several cases involving difficult or controversial issues of limitation. She appeared successfully for the Panel Solicitors in the Court of Appeal in the important post-Sephton case of Axa Insurance Ltd v. Akther & Darby Solicitors and has been asked to advise on the impact of the post-Sephton cases in a number of professional indemnity disputes.
  • Helen has acted (both led and alone) in a number of piece of large, multi-party managed litigation, including the TAG litigation, the CLE litigation and the Right to Buy litigation (in which she successfully acted for various defendant solicitors seeking to strike out claims against them: Kirby v Davis Wood, Pringle v Oliver Charles;
  • Helen has dealt with a number of claims against solicitors arising from employment matters (having herself acted in a number of employment disputes over the years).  Such claims have a broad span; from Equal Pay, unfair dismissal and discrimination to claims arising from the handling of industrial action or over the application of TUPE. She also has extensive experience of procedural and jurisdictional issues that often arise in employment claims.
  • Helen has experience of dealing with cases arising from ancillary relief applications and other aspects of matrimonial work. These cases have involved issues as diverse as assets being dissipated by one spouse, the proper division of assets between spouses, problems arising from settlements and concealment and non-disclosure. She is involved in a number of disputes relating to the valuation of pensions and other assets on divorce. Helen sits as a Deputy District Judge, in which capacity she has first-hand experience of deciding financial remedies on divorce.
  • A large number of Helen’s solicitors’ negligence cases are property or chancery-related, including cases alleged to involve mortgage fraud. She has experience of freezing orders and tracing claims in this context. Helen has been involved in several claims involving fraud or dishonesty. She has experience of breach of trust and proprietary claims.
  • Helen has acted in numerous “lost litigation” claims as well as “under settlement” claims. Examples of such lost or under-settled litigation include libel, personal injury and  commercial claims.
  • Helen has experience of a number of procedural issues arising from solicitors’ negligence cases, including security for costs, wasted costs, claims for breach of undertaking, breach of unless orders, striking out and civil restraint orders against litigants. She successfully represented the defendant firm in the post Jackson reforms case of Hobson v West London Law. She acts for the defendant firm in the long running proceedings between French v Carter Lemon Camerons.
  • Helen has also dealt with a number of claims arising from solicitors’ regulatory matters, such as the operation of client accounts and matters arising from costs.
  • Helen has dealt with “Friday afternoon frauds” and has experience of freezing injunctions, applications to restrain parties from leaving the jurisdiction and Norwich Pharmacal/Bankers Trust orders requiring banks to provide information so that money can be traced.
  • Helen has also acted in a number of claims against barristers (arising from both advice and representation). Her work for and against barristers includes a diverse range of cases, including ancillary relief, undue influence claims, costs, and property disputes.
  • Helen regularly acts for claimants in claims against solicitors and barristers as well as for defendants. She has also advised insurers and insureds on disputes over professional indemnity policies.
Accountants, Auditors & Actuaries

Helen has extensive experience of claims involving accountants and auditors, which has included the following:

  • A wide-range of auditors’ negligence cases, involving issues such as inadequate planning, inadequate conduct of an audit and complex causation, loss and damage points. Helen’s experience of auditors’ negligence work also encompasses failure by auditors to spot fraud perpetrated by directors or employees. In this regard, Helen is currently involved in several large claims against large national and high street firms arising from allegedly negligent audits (including allegations of undetected fraud);
  • Litigation by insolvency practitioners against directors and officers (often involving onward claims against auditors and accountants);
  • A number of disputes relating to the preparation of accounts and tax returns (in relation to individuals, companies and partnerships). These disputes have included issues such as late submission of accounts, incorrect advice on overdrawn directors’ loan accounts, incorrect treatment of dividends, incorrect advice on business expenses, negligent exposure to a tax investigation and inadequate handling of a tax investigation;
  • Claims arising from negligent corporate tax planning, including CGT roll over relief, capital allowances, and the incorporation of a business formerly run as a partnership (which failed because of the existence of connected businesses under common control).
  • Litigation arising from negligent individual tax planning, including in relation to inheritance tax;
  • Claims relating to alleged tax avoidance schemes (including stamp duty avoidance and multi party litigation concerning failed film finance schemes, including complex financial services regulation issues);
  • Claims arising from niche areas of advice, such as the taxation aspects of a yacht purchase and management agreement, the proper treatment of farming losses under s. 397 of ICTA, roll over relief on compulsory purchase, or a large scale profit related pay scheme (University of Keele v Price Waterhouse [2004] PNLR 8);
  • Disputes over the valuation of businesses (e.g. in the context of shareholder disputes or sales);
  • Litigation relating to negligently prepared management accounts which allegedly masked the poor performance of a business;
  • Helen also has experience of dealing with claims involving complicated accountancy and actuarial expert evidence, such as valuing lost profits, identifying increased costs, valuing assets and businesses and tracing misappropriated funds. Helen has also advised in relation to the potential liabilities of accountants acting as expert witnesses.
Financial Services Professionals

Helen has been involved in a number of claims against independent financial advisors including claims arising from a range of financial products such as equity release schemes and various mortgage, insurance and pension vehicles as well as offshore investments and tax schemes. She has also been involved in cases of allegations of mis-selling as well as negligent advice and investment strategy.

Recent examples of her work include:

  • Involvement in several multi-million pound and multi-party claims (and potential claims) relating to alleged Unregulated Collective Investment Schemes;
  • Proceedings arising from allegedly negligent structuring of a tax-efficient income scheme;
  • Various substantial claims relating to mis-selling of geared traded endowment policies;
  • Litigation arising from interest rate swap products;
  • Several pieces of litigation arising out of inadequate or inappropriate inheritance, income or corporation tax mitigation advice;
  • Litigation arising out of the sale of inappropriately risky investment products;
  • Litigation against directors and officers (including under the Insolvency Act 1986);
  • Advising on complaints to the Financial Ombudsman’s Service or Financial Services Compensation Scheme.
Directors and Officers

Helen has acted in a number of disputes involving the alleged wrongdoing of directors and officers. Recent examples of her work include

  • A claim by a company against a former director for breach of duty to the company plus involvement in an unlawful means conspiracy and breach of trust;
  • A claim against directors of a BVI company for diversion of income;
  • Advising auditors on claims against directors of a company relating to inadequate internal controls and fraud by an employee;
  • Acting for the financial director of a company in relation to disciplinary proceedings against him brought as a result of his status as a qualified accountant;
  • Advising directors and officers on the D&O insurance aspects of an unfair prejudice petition brought by a member of a company relating to directors’ alleged breaches of the Companies Act 2006.
Insolvency Practitioners

Helen has experience of defending insolvency practitioners from claims arising out of the allegedly negligent conduct of administrations or liquidations. Such claims have involved issues such as:

  •  The alleged failure to pursue claims against or to restrain the activities of directors;
  • A failure to realise the company’s assets and/or under-valuation of assets;
  • Negligence regarding the novation of an insolvent company’s contracts to a new company;
  • Pursuing litigation against professional advisers tainted by the fraud of directors.

Helen has extensive experience of defending professionals against claims initiated by insolvency practitioners, including direct claims and misfeasance proceedings under the Insolvency Act. She has acted both for and against trustees in bankruptcy and her recent article on the liability of trustees in bankruptcy can be found here.


Helen has acted on a number of claims both for and against valuers, involving residential and commercial premises (and both one-off and portfolio valuations);

Recent examples of Helen’s work include the following:

  • Acting successfully at a 6-day trial for a mortgage lender suing a national firm of surveyors with regard to the valuation of domestic property in South Wales. The case involved allegations of negligent lending practices as well as valuation issues, and entailed detailed cross-examination of expert witnesses over several days;
  • Advising a bank with regard to a claim for negligent valuation of retail premises (including issues of overvaluation based on yield);
  • Advising various lenders with regard to claims for alleged breaches RICS Red Book guidelines on valuing new build properties;
  • Acting for mortgage lenders with regard to the involvement of panel valuers in large-scale fraudulent property transactions relating to new build property (including allied applications for Norwich Pharmacal relief relating to funds passing between other parties allegedly involved in the fraud).
  • Advising various lenders and firms of surveyors with regard to claims for negligently overvalued commercial and residential property  (including claims arising out of large investment portfolios).
Insurance Brokers & Agents

Helen also has experience of claims both for and against insurance brokers, from disputes arising over one-off policies to placing larger insurance schemes. Her work involves a wide range of insurance products, from property and professional indemnity insurance to medical and disability insurance.

Recent examples of Helen’s claims include:

  • Numerous pieces of litigation against brokers for inadequate explanation of terms/procuring inadequate cover (and failing to appreciate the exclusions or conditions of a policy);
  • Allegations of fraud/breach of fiduciary duty against brokers based on their alleged mis-representation of cover allied with their desire to earn commissions;
  • Claims against brokers for giving negligent advice about an insured’s duty of disclosure;
  • Several sets of proceedings involving brokers allegedly misrepresenting the nature of a risk to insurers, failing to pass on material facts or and concealing  material facts from insurers;
  • Coverage litigation arising from brokers’ professional indemnity insurance and whether brokers were acting pursuant to an undisclosed binding authority;
  • Claims relating to failure to notify and late notification.

Helen also has experience of claims against insurance claims handling agents and was involved in two large Commercial Court disputes relating to motor insurance agents.  She also has considerable first-hand trial experience (led and un-led) in brokers’ claims.


Helen’s work has involved a broad range of surveys, including specialist surveys (such as asbestos surveys), as well as surveys in standard residential conveyancing transactions. Her experience covers a spread of issues, from subsidence and heave, to a range of building defects, through to advice on value, rectification works and insurance coverage;

Recent examples of Helen’s work include claims relating to:

  • Structural damage to a property in a coal mining area,
  • Failure to spot single-skin brickwork in alleged breach of a bank’s lending criteria, and
  • Failure to follow a “train of enquiry”.

Insurance & Reinsurance


Helen is recommended for her insurance work in the Legal 500.  The 2020 edition comments that “she is intellectually brilliant, a clear thinker who cuts to the chase, and has exceptional knowledge of professional indemnity insurance.  One of the most thorough barristers I have ever dealt with”.  The 2019 edition described her as “able to cut through large volumes of material and get to the nub of the problem“.

Helen has a varied insurance practice, and her current and recent work includes the following:

  • Multi-party managed arbitrations arising out of business interruption claims following the outbreak of Covid-19;
  • A high profile coverage dispute arising out of a large fraud allegedly perpetrated by a solicitor/Helen’s work frequently includes advising on brokers’, D&O and other management liability, IFA, accountants’ and solicitors’ professional indemnity cover;
  • A coverage dispute relating to credit risk insurance after the collapse of Carillion;
  • Claims against coverholding or other insurance agents.  Helen is currently instructed on a large-scale claims by insurers against claims handling agents, involving the handling of thousands of underlying motor insurance policies across a number of years;
  • A jurisdictional dispute concerning the appointment of arbitrators to determine a claim involving a fraud on an Isle of Man company;
  • Disputes arising out of aviation hull and liability insurance (including freezing injunctions in that context);
  • Claims relating to legal expenses insurance.  Helen has acted in relation to claims brought by litigants against legal expenses insurers and also has extensive experience of issues arising from policies of “after the event” insurance;
  • Claims against professional advisers for prejudicing a client’s insurance cover or delaying insurance claims;
  • Disputes involving brokers.  Recent examples include disputes over secret commissions, the appropriateness of cover produced by brokers and allegedly negligent advice by brokers on what should be disclosed to insurers;
  • Disputes over whether insurers have “maintained” litigation and exposed themselves to costs liability as a result.



“An extremely bright junior who easily inspires clients’ confidence.” – Legal 500, 2020

Helen’s disciplinary and regulatory practice is primarily focused on lawyers, accountants and auditors. She is recommended in the Legal 500 for her disciplinary work. Comments in the directories include she knows her stuff in regulatory issues like no one else and adds a lot of value” and “hardworking, good with clients and has a good grasp of the detail”.

Helen has been involved in cases before the major accountancy regulators and the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal. Until it was disbanded in 2020 she was a member of the Bar Standards Board’s Panel of Prosecuting Counsel and still prosecutes cases for the BSB on an ad hoc basis.

Recent examples of her work include:

  • Acting for the finance director of the Equity Red Star Lloyd’s Syndicate in long-running proceedings before the Disciplinary Tribunal of the FRC relating to the adequacy of the Syndicate’s reserves (FRC v KPMG and Morgan);
  • Acting in multiple sets of SDT proceedings relating to the involvement of solicitors in alleged collective investment schemes;
  • Acting for a partner of a prestigious city firm in SDT proceedings involving serious breaches of the Solicitors Accounts Rules (including in relation to the settlement of those proceedings);
  • Applying to strike out SDT proceedings on grounds of procedural unfairness:
  • Securing the suspension of barrister for failing to represent his client properly in Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) proceedings (BSB v Matthew Boyden);
  • Advising on charges and evidence in numerous BSB prosecutions;
  • Advising a partner in a Big 4 firm in relation to proceedings before the ICAEW;
  • Advising accountants on proceedings brought by an overseas financial authority;
  • Defending two audit firms in separate proceedings before the ACCA regarding inadequate audits and defective reports to the SDT about solicitors’ accounts (ACCA v Woodhouse and ACCA v Mungur).

Helen is co-editor of the chapters on solicitors and barristers’ negligence in Jackson & Powell on Professional Liability and therefore has in-depth knowledge of lawyers’ practices and regulatory rules.

Helen also has extensive experience of accountants’ and auditors’ negligence cases, tax and financial services regulation, which provides an ideal backdrop for financial disciplinary work.  She is often involved in cases focusing on the interplay between financial services regulation and the role performed by professionals such as accountants (e.g. pursuant to ICAEW rules) and solicitors.

Helen also advises in relation to the early stage of complaints against solicitors and a range of regulatory issues arising from solicitors’ practices (including the Solicitors Accounts Rules).

Helen is a member of the Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers. Helen regularly writes on disciplinary matters: recent examples include  articles entitled Privilege and Maxwellisation , professional regulatory aspects of GDPR and  What can the collapse of Carillion teach us about the overlapping web of powers available against companies, their directors and auditors?

Civil fraud


Helen is sought after for her extensive experience in numerous multi-million pound claims arising from solicitors’ misappropriations of client funds.  In 2017-2018 Helen acted on complex litigation against multiple recipients of monies misappropriated by a rogue conveyancing solicitor.  Helen is currently involved in two large sets of proceedings against solicitors for knowing receipt of trust funds, dishonest assistance in a breach of trust and abusing executors’ powers (one of which led to the committal to prison of the solicitor involved).  She is also involved in a high value insurance coverage dispute arising out of an underlying large-scale fraud.

Helen regularly advises on the liability of accountants, auditors, directors, insolvency practitioners and others for frauds.  Her cases often involve a company law or insolvency element and she is experienced at dealing with fraud in both the corporate and partnership context.  She is adept at dealing with complex forensic accountancy evidence.  Helen has extensive experience of obtaining urgent orders, including freezing injunctions, proprietary injunctions, orders to restrain parties from leaving the jurisdiction, committal and Norwich Pharmacal and Bankers Trust orders.  She often handles multiple connected applications in quick succession.  She is calm under time pressure and strategic in her approach.

Recent examples of her urgent application work include:

  • Obtaining back-to-back proprietary injunctions, freezing injunctions, and Norwich Pharmacal relief in multiple cases involving frauds on solicitors’ client accounts;
  • Appearing in the High Court and Court of Appeal on the committal of a solicitor to prison for contempt of court: Law House v Adams [2020] EWHC 2344 (Ch);
  • Advising solicitors and accountants about injunctive relief in relation to a “Friday afternoon frauds” by email impersonation;
  • Obtaining Norwich Pharmacal orders to assist with tracing the proceeds of a large-scale property fraud;
  • Advising a charity on obtaining injunctive relief in relation to moneys paid to a third party by mistake;
  • Acting for a defendant on the return date of a freezing injunction arising out of an alleged breach of trust;
  • Dealing with an application to restrain a defendant from leaving the jurisdiction and requiring the surrender of their passport;
  • Acting for insurers on a coverage dispute arising out of a large underlying fraud.

Qualifications & Memberships

M.A. (Oxon.) (First Class) C.P.E. (City) (Distinction) M.A. Administrative Law (City)

Prior to joining chambers, Helen read English Literature at New College, Oxford, where she was Galsworthy scholar and obtained a first class degree. She then spent a year at the University of Aix-Marseille III in France. Helen studied law at City University, where she gained a distinction in the CPE exams. During her Bar School year, Helen was Astbury Scholar of the Middle Temple, won the Inn’s Helena Normanton QC Prize for her performance in the Bar Vocational Course and also obtained an MA from City University. In 2004 Helen was awarded a Pegasus scholarship to work at Gowlings in Toronto, Canada.

Helen sits on the Pro Bono Committee of the Chancery Bar Association and participates in the Chancery Litigant in Person Scheme. She is a Deputy District Judge (a role which she performs for 3 weeks a year). She also participated in the Bar Council’s Professional Indemnity Insurance Working Party in 2018. Until it was disbanded in 2020, she was a member of the Bar Standards Board’s Panel of Prosecuting Counsel for disciplinary proceedings and still prosecutes cases for the BSB on an ad hoc basis. She regularly publishes articles on legal matters.

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Co-editor of the Solicitors and Barristers chapters

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