Following successful completion of their third six probationary tenancies, we are delighted to welcome Caitlin Evans and James Fuller as full members of Guildhall Chambers with immediate effect.
Caitlin Evans is a member of the Crime team. Caitlin completed an 18 month pupillage at 5 King’s Bench Walk, London, practicing solely in criminal law before moving to Guildhall Chambers. During this period she gained extensive experience in the Magistrates’, Youth and Crown Courts. Prior to being called to the bar, Caitlin completed her undergraduate history degree at Somerville College, University of Oxford.
She then attended the University of West England to complete her law conversion (graduate diploma in law) with distinction and the Bar Practice Training Course with an overall grade of outstanding. During her BPTC she received the Bristol Law Prize for achieving the highest overall mark of the full-time cohort in addition to the highest mark or joint highest mark in 9 out of the 11 individual subjects.
James is a member of the Property and Estates Team. He will be dealing with matters involving real property, landlord and tenant, planning, and public rights of ways. He has a particular specialism in agricultural and rural property law. Prior to being called to the Bar, James worked as a solicitor, specialising in agricultural and rural property law. This has given him a broad background in most aspects of real property, landlord and tenant, and public law work involving planning, public rights of way, and commons. Additionally, James has, through his studies and as a solicitor, experience in archival research and the interpretation of historic title deeds.
James completed an LL.B. in Law at the University of Surrey, an LL.M. in Commercial Law at the University of Bristol, and the LPC at the University of Law. James has also completed a Masters in History (M.St.) at the University of Cambridge where he specialised in primary research based on historic title deeds.
James is qualified to accept instructions directly from the public under the Public Access Scheme.
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