Atkin Chambers Barristers
Our barristers have come to us from all walks of life. A few of them share their experiences of pupillage and tenancy at Atkin Chambers here. This information can be accessed by using the links under their names:
Chris was called to the Bar in 1998. He studied law at University College, Oxford both at undergraduate and as a BCL student. He was a full time tutor of law at Wadham College from 1996 to 1997 and a part time tutor of law of the LSE, 1997-1998. He was a pupil in chambers in 1998-1999 and joined chambers in 1999. He spent 3 months in early 2000 as a judicial assistant to the Court of Appeal to the then Master of the Rolls, Lord Woolf.
Lucie was called to the Bar in 2004. She studied Chemistry at King's College, London before doing the law conversion course, PGDL, at the College of Law, London. She was a pupil in chambers in 2004-2005, and joined chambers in 2005.
Prior to coming to the bar, Peter gained 15 years experience across a broad range of industry sectors, initially as an engineering consultant and latterly as an IT consultant, manager and project manager. He studied engineering at St Catherine's College, Cambridge, graduating in 1989. In 2005-2006 he completed the law conversion course in Guildford and following a pupillage in chambers in 2007-2008, he joined chambers in 2008.