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REBECCA COHEN

Call: 2019 (Inner Temple)

Areas of Expertise: 

 

Family, Crime

Rebecca joined 2 Dr Johnson’s Buildings as a pupil in the autumn of 2019. Following successful completion of pupillage, Rebecca became a tenant in October 2020. Rebecca has a mixed practice, with a focus on criminal and family law matters. 

Prior to joining chambers, Rebecca was a Research Assistant in the Criminal Law Team of the Law Commission of England and Wales. Her work focused on law reform relating to hate crime, misconduct in public office and abusive online communications.

Rebecca is Australian and a keen (long suffering) Melbourne Demons football supporter. Prior to moving to the UK, Rebecca was admitted to practice law in Australia and worked at the Coroners’ Court of Victoria and the County Court of Victoria.

 

Education/Qualifications

Bar Transfer Test – BPP University

MPhil in Criminology – University of Cambridge

Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice (Australian National University)

Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Laws (Hons) (Monash University)

CPS Grade 1 

Awards

Ede & Ravenscroft Prize (Inner Temple)

Geoffrey Veale Prize (Inner Temple)

Cambridge Australia Allen Scholarship (Cambridge Commonwealth Trust)

Wakefield Scholarship (Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge)

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