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Reka HollosReka Hollos was called to the Bar in 2014 by Gray’s Inn. She has invested her time to support various aspects of the Inn’s Education programme including delivering advocacy training and is a Member of the Inn’s Advocacy & CPD Committee. As a student she was awarded a Prince of Wales BPTC Scholarship and as a pupil an Ann Goddard Scholarship to support her career journey.

Reka practises from Three Raymond Buildings and has a mixed public and criminal law practice with a particular emphasis on public inquiries, inquests, and extradition.




“Being called to the Bar by Gray’s Inn was a privilege and a special moment for me. When my family moved from Hungary to the United Kingdom, I was seven years old and I didn’t speak a word of English. When I decided to become a barrister, I didn’t know anyone at the Bar and I picked Gray’s Inn because of its size and scholarship opportunities. What a fortuitous decision it turned out to be. The community at Gray’s is warm and welcoming, the Education Department is incredibly supportive and I have made lifelong friends through the Inn. I’m very proud to be a Member of Gray’s and hope to contribute to the future of the Inn in the years to come.”

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    Reka has extensive experience in the field of inquests and public inquiries and is particularly sought after to represent State actors and corporate bodies. In recent years, she has appeared on behalf of the British Transport Police in the Manchester Arena Inquiry, the Metropolitan Police Service in the Undercover Policing Inquiry and a residential school in the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse. She is presently instructed on behalf of the Ministry of Justice in the Covid-19 Public Inquiry.

    In the field of extradition, she regularly appears on behalf of requesting Judicial Authorities, requesting Governments and Requested Persons in proceedings under both Part 1 and Part 2 of the Extradition Act 2003. She appeared as junior prosecution counsel for the Republic of Korea in the Government’s first extradition request to the UK. She is appointed to the CPS Panel (General Crime) Level 2 and CPS Panel (Extradition) Level 3.

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