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Imogen joined Chambers after successful completion of the Outer Temple Chambers Extended Pupillage Scheme in association with FRU (Free Representation Unit) in May 2017. She is developing a broad practice across all areas of Chambers’ work.
As part of her pupillage, Imogen spent six months doing casework for FRU. During her time in the FRU London office, Imogen represented clients in unfair dismissal, wages, whistleblowing, direct and indirect discrimination claims, on a pro bono basis. Imogen is most proud of the re-engagement order granted to one of her pro-bono clients. She started her formal 1st six pupillage based at Outer Temple in March 2016.
She remains dedicated to pro bono work and has volunteered for the Personal Support Unit, Nottingham Law School’s Legal Advice Centre, and Bail for Immigration Detainees, in addition to the time she spent with FRU.
Before being called to the bar, Imogen worked as a barrister’s assistant, with responsibility for managing direct access clients; as a result she has excellent client care skills. Imogen studied the BPTC at Nottingham Law School, where she competed in multiple advocacy competitions and reached the final of the annual Ropewalk Mooting Competition. Imogen read law at the University of Nottingham.
Disciplinary & Regulatory
Imogen also accepts instructions in regulatory cases. As a second-six pupil, she represented a nurse in a 7-week hearing at the NMC, which involved eight nurses. Imogen made successful half-time submissions that there was no case to answer on two of the charges against her client. The other advocates adopted Imogen’s submissions for the charge common to all eight nurses.
Her advocacy was described by others involved in this case as of a “standard to be expected of a more experienced advocate”. Her submissions were described as “sound and well-argued” and Imogen herself was described as “a rising star”.
Appointments & Memberships
- Employment Lawyers Association (ELA)
- The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple
- The Richard Bagley Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Pro Bono Activity