We are delighted to announce two new members of chambers, Martin Henley (2004) & Unnati Bhatt (2007) join us from 6KBW.
Both practice in Crime, Extradition, Public Law and a wide range of civil matters.
Great James Street are delighted to be supporting the work of Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity through participation in their Golf day on Thursday 30 August 2012.
Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity provides emotional and practical support to families who have a child with a life threatening or terminal illness.
Find out more ways to support the trust, please visit http://www.rainbowtrust.org.uk/
Chambers are delighted to welcome Andy Hill (1982) as a member of chambers. Formally of Old Bailey Chambers, Andy joins us with a wealth experience in all areas of serious crime. Andy adds further strength and depth to our criminal team.
02/07/12 – The Times, Alun Jones reported. See Alun’s profile for the full article.
Mr Jide Lanlehin (1994) and Mr Femi Awodele (2002) join from 1 Middle Temple Lane and Mr Paul Andrews (2003) joins from Bream’s Buildings.
Jide and Femi specialise in crime, immigration, civil/family and employment law. They are also Public/Direct access acreditted. Profiles to follow shortly.
Paul specialises in crime, including courts martial work. Paul accepts instructions for both defence and the prosecution. Paul is Public/Direct access accredited.
Senior clerk Michael Bazeley features in the June 1st 2012 edition of the The Barrister Magazine. The article by Guy Hewetson addresses the challenges facing the Criminal Bar and is entitled “Not broken, but in need of fixing“
Alun Jones has been advising this week in a commercial matter in the Gulf States.
We are delighted to announce that Thom Dyke (2007) has accepted our invitation to join chambers. Thom predominantly defends, in a variety of practice areas.
We are pleased to announce that Nicole Couse, formerly of 5 Pump Court, has joined Great James Street chambers.
Nicole joins the clerking team from 5 Pump Court, a common law set, where she started her career in 2010. She has conducted all junior roles but also has a good knowledge of diary and practice management. Nicole was selected from a very strong crop of applicants and we believe will be a valuable asset to chambers.