Jeremy joined chambers as a pupil in October 2018 under the supervision of Maya Sikand, with whom he is gaining experience in the areas of actions against the police, inquests and criminal appeals concerning victims of human trafficking.
Alongside his legal studies Jeremy volunteered with Detention Action and the Bar Pro Bono Unit, and undertook a traineeship at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. He is a member of the Young Lawyers Committee of the Human Rights Lawyers Association. Before training as a barrister, Jeremy worked as a priest in the Church of England and is also a trained musician.
Award for highest mark in module (Immigration), University of Law (2018)
Anne Felicity Goddard Scholarship, Gray’s Inn (2018)
Internship Award, Gray’s Inn (2017)
GDL and BPTC Scholarships, University of Law (2016-17)