Christopher Lambert

Christopher started his pupillage at Garden Court Chambers in October 2023.


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Christopher looks to develop a broad practice encompassing housing law, administrative and public law, civil liberties and employment law.

This draws on Christopher's previous experience as a housing advocate, welfare benefits caseworker and employment law advisor.

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Christopher holds a LLB in Law from the University of Kent, and a BPTC from the University of Law. He previously completed mini-pupillages at Coram Chambers, 12 Old Square and Church Court Chambers.

Christopher previously worked as a housing advocate at Greenwich Housing Rights, where he advised over 400 defendants on the Housing Possession Court Duty Scheme. 

He also worked as a social welfare caseworker for a law centre, providing welfare benefit representation up to the Upper Tribunal and employment law advice. Christopher has experience as a court marshall at St Albans Crown Court. 

Prior to this, he was a voluntary advisor at Citizens Advice Lewisham, and a full-time caseworker and interim advice service manager at Kings College London Student Union (KCLSU).


  • Semi-Finalist of the European Bars Federation (FBE) Human Rights Oratory Competition (2022)
  • Inner Temple Exhibition Award (2020)
  •  Inner Temple Duke of Edinburgh Scholarship (2020)
  •  University of Kent Clement-Walker Prize (2012)


  • University of Law - Law BPTC
  • University College London - Global Governance and Ethics (MSc)
  • University of Kent - Law (2:1, LLB)

Professional Membership

  • The Honourable Society of Inner Temple - Member

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