Emily was called to the bar in 2020 and joined Chambers in 2022, following the successful completion of her pupillage under the supervision of Nicholas Gedge.
Emily regularly prosecutes in the Crown Court, Magistrates' Court and Youth Court.
Emily has experience of advocacy across a broad spectrum of crime, including violent, dishonest and sexual offences. She is currently a CPS Grade 1 Prosecutor.
Emily is developing a strong regulatory practice. She is entrusted to prosecute matters on behalf of local authorities and has undertaken casework including licensing and hackney carriage appeals, public nuisance and school attendance cases. She provides comprehensive written advice where requested.
Before undertaking pupillage, Emily worked in the legal and compliance department of a multinational consumer goods company as a Business Integrity Analyst. Within this role, Emily was responsible for researching domestic and international legal obligations and assisting in investigations into money laundering, bribery, commercial conflicts of interest and other whistleblowing complaints.
Emily studied at the University of Southampton where she was her Law School's President. At university, Emily also worked as a part-time Research Assistant in Human Rights Law.
APPOINTMENTS & MEMBERSHIPS
Member of the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple
Member of the Criminal Bar Association
Panel Member for Advocate (formerly the Bar Pro Bono Unit)
EDUCATION / AWARDS
LLB Law (Hons.), University of Southampton
Bar Professional Training Course, BPP
Cecile Yahuda Scholarship, Inner Temple
Sir Edward Marshall Hall Scholarship, Inner Temple
Pegasus Access and Support Scheme Scholarship, Inner Temple
Lord Green Scholarship & Marshalling Award, University of Southampton