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Devon Chambers’ Runners Raise Money for Plymouth Mind

Devon Chambers will be entering 16 runners into this year’s Plymouth 10k run on Sunday 7th October. We are raising money for Plymouth District & Mind, a fabulous charity that does so much good in this city and beyond. If you would like to support them by donating, we have set up a Just Giving page.

We would be most grateful for all donations large or small.  Thank you


Devon Chambers welcomes Neil Whittle

Chambers is pleased to welcome Neil Whittle. Neil is a fully qualified barrister of the Supreme Court in Queensland.

In order to qualify to practise at the Bar of England and Wales, he will be undertaking a pupillage comprising 3 months non-practising and 3 months practising. He will be able to take instructions from the 3rd July 2018.

Joanna Martin appointed first female QC in Plymouth

Joanna Martin of Devon Chambers is the first female QC appointed in Plymouth and has made headlines in Devon and across the Tamar in Cornwall. Please read about this in Cornwall Live


Devon Chambers is delighted to welcome Judith Constable

Devon Chambers is delighted to welcome Judith Constable to chambers. She has a long and distinguished career working for the Environment Agency and brings a wealth of experience to both the Regulatory and Crime teams. For more information please click here.


Careers Talk at Truro College

On Wednesday 7th March, Rupert Taylor and Emma Cross gave a careers presentation to AS-Level students and their law tutors at Truro College. They enjoyed speaking to students about the various routes to the Bar; the relevant skills needed; and the rewards and challenges of life as a barrister.

There were many interesting questions posed by students and the talk was received well:

"Really reassuring. They mentioned different routes into the profession and that it was getting more representative ... they made is seem a realistic and possible career path."

"I thought the two barristers wre really honest about the career and talked openly about the benefits and pitfalls of being a barrister. It was really balanced."

The event was a great opportunity for Devon Chambers to encourage young people to consider a career at the Bar. We look forward to future talks at Truro College.

Read more: Careers Talk at Truro College