We are pleased to announce that Rachel has commenced her second six period within her pupillage specialising in the area of family Law. Please contact Grainne McGovern our Senior Family Clerk and her team for assistance.
We are pleased to announce that James has commenced is second six period within his pupillage in the area of Civil Law. Please contact Harry Turner our Senior Civil Clerk and his team for assistance.
Members of Chambers are delighted to welcome Susan Campbell QC back to chambers as a full member. Susan who lives in the Devon, was joint Head of Southernhay Chambers before taking silk and has been an associate member over the past 10 years.
Susan’s practice takes her to courts throughout England and Wales but she finds herself practising often in the West Country where she lives and has a large client base.
Susan has expertise in cases involving serous injury and death to children, factitious illness, and she has a a particular experience in cases involving learned disabled parents. A large part of her practice concerns fact finding hearings relating to emotional harm, sexual abuse and neglect. She also deals with private law cases, cases involving cross-jurisdictional issues and abduction, and matters in the Court of Protection.
Susan has a longstanding link with Pump Court Chambers in London where she continues to have a door tenancy.
Chambers are delighted to congratulate James Bax on his Appointment of a Salaried Employment Judge of the Employment Tribunals (England and Wales)
The Lord Chancellor, The Right Honourable David Gauke MP, has appointed James Alexander Bax to be a Salaried Employment Judge of the Employment Tribunals (England and Wales). James Alexander Bax will be assigned to the to the South West Region in the principal hearing centre Bristol with effect from 8th July 2019.
James who was called to the Bar (L) in 1999 was the pupil of HHJ Michael Berkley and will be known as Employment Judge Bax. He was also appointed as a Fee-paid Deputy District Judge in 2019. James will be greatly missed in Chambers, and by his many clients, but we wish him all the very best for his future judicial career.