Rebecca Coleman

Called 2013 – Lincoln’s Inn
Nottingham Law School BPTC (2012 – 2013)
Degree: Law LLB (Hons)

Rebecca joined Chambers as a pupil and was made a tenant after the successful completion of her pupillage. Prior to joining Chambers, Rebecca was employed at a local Criminal Defence firm as a Crown Court Litigator and Police Station Representative. She had conduct of a variety of cases with offences ranging from shop theft and burglary to multi-defendant violent disorder, serious sexual offences and murder. Her caseload also included numerous cases prosecuted by the organised crime division and the complex casework unit.

Since joining Chambers, Rebecca has been engaged in a busy criminal practice on the Midland Circuit both prosecuting and defending. Rebecca’s practice encompasses all areas of criminal work and has primarily been in the Crown Court, but she also receives instructions to attend the Magistrates and Youth Courts.

Prior to commencing the Bar Professional Training Course, Rebecca was employed by the Probation Service and assisted with the post-sentence management of offenders.

Awards/Prizes:
Winner, The Hammond Cup (2017)
Runner-up, Sir Louis Gluckstein Prize for Advocacy (2017)
Lincoln’s Inn Levitt Scholarship (2016)
Winner, The Hammond Cup (2015)
Lincoln’s Inn Lord Denning Major Scholarship (2012)

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