Meet Our 2019 Pupils03.10.19

Spire Barristers are delighted to welcome this years’ Pupils.

Following successful applications, Tahneet IrshadChloe Lee, Gemma Carr and Philippa Pudney have joined Chambers for Family & Public Law pupillages.

Spire are dedicated to nurturing the next generation of legal talent we are confident that all pupils will further enhance our already formidable Family and Public Law Teams.

Tahneet Irshad

Tahneet commenced a shortened pupillage with Spire Barristers in July 2019. Upon completion of her pupillage, Tahneet looks forward to complementing her career in International Children Rights and Human Rights Law by practising in the area of Children Private Law and Child Care Public Law at the UK bar. Full Profile.

Tahneet Irshad is supervised by Michael Burdon.

Chloe Lee

Chloe studied Law at the University of Liverpool where she received a scholarship for outstanding contributions to the life of the law school. During her studies, Chloe volunteered for the Personal Support Unit, Citizen’s Advice Bureau and interned on the EU Children’s Rights Judgments Project. She then went on to undertake the BPTC at BPP Manchester where she continued her pro-bono work by setting up a Children’s Rights Advocacy Group. Full Profile.

Chloe Lee is supervised by Sarah Blackmore.

Gemma Carr

Gemma commenced pupillage in September 2019 under the supervision of James Goodwin. She joined Chambers straight from Bar School at BPP Manchester, after undertaking her law degree at the University of Liverpool. Full Profile.

Gemma Carr is supervised by James Goodwin.

Phillipa Pudney

Prior to her pupillage, Philippa worked as a volunteer advocate for the Free Representation Unit alongside studying for the Bar. She worked closely with clients in the field of Employment Law, often negotiating advantageous settlements for her clients. Full Profile.

Philippa Pudney is supervised by Mark Watterson.