Thank you so much to Garrick Prayogg and Roland Houslin from Justice For Windrush Generations, for inviting the Windrush Justice Clinic (on whose board I sit) to the House of Commons on the evening of Wednesday 22nd March, to address the community, and supportive MPs and peers, on the work we are doing to help Windrush victims obtain compensation.
I am really happy to have moved to Staple Inn Chambers, my new barrister home, where I will be clerked by my old Senior Clerk Lee Williams. Great clerks are worth their weight in gold and Lee gave me so much unstinting support during my pupillage. I am delighted to be working with him again! My Staple Inn Chambers’ profile is available to read here.
On My Feet
So, the time has arrived. After a long and dramatic journey to get here, I am now a “second six” pupil barrister authorised to represent clients (under the supervision of my Pupil Master Ian Beeby). Continue reading “On My Feet”
Performing the Mozart Requiem
For the past three weeks, I have been obsessed with the Mozart Requiem.
My neighbours probably wondered why they heard me singing the alto part at all hours of the day and night. Continue reading “Performing the Mozart Requiem”