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Call: 2021 (Lincoln's Inn)

Practice areas: Crime and Family

Amelia predominately specialises in criminal law, but also has experience with family law proceedings. 

To instruct Amelia, contact her clerks at or on 020 7936 2613.


Amelia commenced pupillage with 2 Dr Johnson’s Buildings in October 2020. During her first six, she has observed a broad spectrum of Chambers’ work, including magistrates’ and Crown Court hearings, as well as public and private family law proceedings. She has also gained experience of written advocacy through drafting advices, applications and position statements. 


Prior to pupillage, Amelia worked for an anti-slavery charity which provided support to victims of human trafficking and campaigned for policy reform both in the U.K. and abroad. In addition, Amelia volunteered with Support Through Court (formerly the Personal Support Unit) and The University of Law Legal Advice Centre supporting and advising clients through Children Act Proceedings. Through her work with the Legal Advice Centre, Amelia represented clients in FHDRA, DRA and Final Hearings. 

Amelia is available to accept instructions in both criminal and family matters. 



Bar Professional Training Course (Very Competent), The University of Law 

Graduate Diploma in Law (Commendation), The University of Law 

BA (Hons) English Language and Linguistics (First Class), The University of Sheffield 



Pupillage Accommodation Award, The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn 

Pupillage Award, The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn 

Advocacy Scholarship, The University of Law 

Lord Bowen Scholarship, The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn 

Rice-Jones Scholarship, The University of Law

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