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Adam Walker secures an acquittal in a Rape trial at Newcastle Crown Court. 

This was the second time that this particular client had been tried for these offences. Adam represented him in both trials. At the first in July the client was convicted of 2 counts of domestic abuse but the jury failed to reach verdicts on counts of Rape, Assault by Penetration and Damage.  After a 3-day […]

Ryan Wilson

Our current pupil, Ryan Wilson, commences his second six this week and is now available to receive instructions.   Ryan is available for instructions in Crime and in Private, Public and Family Law Act matters.  Chambers are very pleased that Ryan is beginning his second six. He is an impressive advocate and a well liked member […]

Olivia Fraser and Joel Wootten are our newest members

Chambers is pleased to announce that Olivia Fraser and Joel Wootten have successfully completed  pupillage and that they have both accepted offers of tenancy with Chambers. Our joint heads of chambers spoke for all when commenting.”They are both very promising advocates and have taken to life at the Bar with ease and good humour. We look forward to seeing their careers progress”. We wish them […]

Erin Kitson-Parker and Benjamin Bell promoted to grade 2 on the CPS prosecutor panel. 

Chambers is delighted to announce that Erin Kitson-Parker and Benjamin Bell have both been successful in their applications for CPS grade 2 prosecutor status.  Since completing their pupillages both members have worked very hard to develop their Crown Court practices in both defence and prosecution. This success is a testament to their hard work.  Our […]

Chambers Welcomes Ryan Wilson

Chambers are delighted to announce that Ryan Wilson has commenced pupilage. Ryan joins Chambers with a wealth of experience, having previously worked in a secondary school as the Head of English and Assistant Headteacher.  More recently, Ryan worked at Henry Hyams as a Family paralegal. He is also an accredited police station representative.  Heads of […]

Brian Russell one of Chambers’ grade 4 RASSO Counsel prosecutes Grandfather for serious sexual offences. 

Alan Torr, 75 years old, admitted sexually abusing his 4 year old step-grandson when the child disclosed the offending to his grandmother.  When interviewed by the police, Torr frankly told them that he had “fiddled” with the boy’s penis and got the boy to touch his penis. He also admitted putting his grandson’s penis in […]

Jade Edwards promoted to CPS Grade 3 Panel

Chambers is delighted to announce that Jade Edwards has been successful in the latest advocate panel round to grade 3.  Jade continues to accept instructions from both Prosecution and Defence. Her profile can be viewed here. 

Leeds man strangles girlfriend before two-hour standoff with police

A man who strangled his partner in a drunken rage before locking himself in the house with her and her children has been jailed for three and a half years. At the sentencing hearing on April 19th the prosecutor Emily Jenkins told the court Myers had consumed a large amount of vodka before pinning his […]

Pupillage 2021

Chambers is inviting applications for one pupillage to commence in September 2021. Pupillage will be mixed civil/criminal. If Chambers consider there to be 2 outstanding candidates, we will consider taking a second pupil to start at a later date, dependent on the candidate. Full details are set out below. Applications should be sent to chambers […]

Jade Edwards defends prison officer guilty of misconduct in a public office.

Jade Edwards represented Jordan Trainor in respect of offending committed in 2019 whilst she worked as a prison officer at Wetherby YOI. Mrs Trainor formed inappropriate relationships with two inmates, sent sexualised messages and pictures, and conveyed packages into the prison at the inmates’ request. She pleaded guilty to the offence of misconduct in a […]