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Adeola is currently supervised by Robert Dickason and Will Young in a seat focused on clinical negligence. Adeola graduated from the University of Hull with a first class in Law with Criminology. She successfully completed the Bar Course with a Very Competent, from City University.
Prior to commencing pupillage, Adeola volunteered with the charity IPSEA, representing parents of children with special educational needs and disabilities at the First-tier Tribunal.
In 2018, Adeola was appointed by former High Court Judge, Dame Linda Dobbs to Project Manage the Dame Linda Dobbs Review and in 2017, Adeola provided advisory services to the Leader of the Opposition.
Adeola has served as a School Governor in a local primary school and as an Independent Monitoring Board member at an Immigration Detention Centre. Her considerable experience of public appointments and public facing work means that she has a very personable approach coupled with a good understanding of public policy considerations.
Read Adeola’s profile here.
Adeola said “ I am really happy to be here at Outer Temple Chambers as it is clear I am going to be receiving training and mentoring of the highest standard. All members have been most friendly and welcoming and I am really pleased to be starting with two phenomenal pupil supervisors, Will Young and Rob Dickason.”
Ian is currently supervised by Naomi Ling in a seat focused on employment law and pensions. Before joining the Bar, Ian worked for human rights organisation Liberty, where he advised members of the public on human rights and public law matters. Alongside studying for the Bar Practical Training Course, Ian worked as a paralegal at Farore Law, a firm specialising in sexual harassment and discrimination claims. His experience at Farore included assisting on A v UBS and A v Mike Hill MP, both of which have been covered in the national and specialist press.
Ian has further professional experience working at a social welfare legal charity in East London, where he focused on complex social security issues alongside representing clients with disability discrimination complaints in the Employment Tribunal and SENDIST.
Read Ian’s profile here.
Ian said “I’m thrilled to be joining Outer Temple Chambers for pupillage. Even in my first few days, I have had the opportunity to experience the breadth and depth of Chamber’s expertise and I look forward to learning as much as I can over the next year.”
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News 16 Sep, 2020