Camille Ibbotson

Year of call 2016

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Lee Jennings
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Camille is developing a broad practice in all areas of Chambers’ expertise, including the following:

Employment and discrimination: Camille acts for both Claimants and Respondents in preliminary and final hearings in all areas of employment and discrimination law.

She has assisted members of Chambers in advising on the prospects successfully appealing to the Employment Appeal Tribunal and applying for an anonymisation order, and drafting skeleton arguments on behalf of Claimants in disability and pregnancy discrimination claims. She is currently working with the IWGB Union to create a Bill for the regulation of foster care workers.

Prior to coming to the Bar, Camille gained exposure to employment matters through volunteering at the Free Representation Unit.

Personal Injury: Camille is regularly instructed to act in small claims and fast-track trials involving road traffic accidents, accidents at work and occupiers’ liability. She also has experience of making and responding to interim applications, as well as drafting pleadings and advising on liability, quantum and tactics in this area.

Professional Regulatory & Discipline: Camille is keen to develop this area of practice and welcomes instructions in professional regulatory and disciplinary matters. During her 12-month pupillage she assisted her supervisor in carrying out advisory work for the Solicitor’s Regulatory Authority.

Inquests & Inquiries: Camille is keen to develop this area of practice and welcomes instructions relating to inquests and inquiries.

Before coming to the Bar, Camille was awarded a Distinction on the Bachelor of Civil Laws from Keble College, Oxford and a First in Law from University College London, graduating on the Dean’s List for outstanding academic achievement.

For her BPTC year, Camille was awarded the Lord Mansfield Scholarship and the Hardwicke Entrance Award by Lincoln’s Inn, as well as a Postgraduate Scholarship from City Law School.

While at university Camille won a number of mooting competitions, including the “Slaughter and May Senior Moots Competition”, the final of which was judged by Lord Carnwarth. She was awarded the Agha-Abdur-Rashid Niazi Prize from UCL, based on her performance in mooting competitions over the entire length of her undergraduate study.

In her spare time, Camille attends a book club, and enjoys cycling and netball.

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Camille is developing a broad practice in all areas of Chambers’ expertise, including the following:

Employment and discrimination: Camille acts for both Claimants and Respondents in preliminary and final hearings in all areas of employment and discrimination law.

She has assisted members of Chambers in advising on the prospects successfully appealing to the Employment Appeal Tribunal and applying for an anonymisation order, and drafting skeleton arguments on behalf of Claimants in disability and pregnancy discrimination claims. She is currently working with the IWGB Union to create a Bill for the regulation of foster care workers.

Prior to coming to the Bar, Camille gained exposure to employment matters through volunteering at the Free Representation Unit.

Personal Injury: Camille is regularly instructed to act in small claims and fast-track trials involving road traffic accidents, accidents at work and occupiers’ liability. She also has experience of making and responding to interim applications, as well as drafting pleadings and advising on liability, quantum and tactics in this area.

Professional Regulatory & Discipline: Camille is keen to develop this area of practice and welcomes instructions in professional regulatory and disciplinary matters. During her 12-month pupillage she assisted her supervisor in carrying out advisory work for the Solicitor’s Regulatory Authority.

Inquests & Inquiries: Camille is keen to develop this area of practice and welcomes instructions relating to inquests and inquiries.

Before coming to the Bar, Camille was awarded a Distinction on the Bachelor of Civil Laws from Keble College, Oxford and a First in Law from University College London, graduating on the Dean’s List for outstanding academic achievement.

For her BPTC year, Camille was awarded the Lord Mansfield Scholarship and the Hardwicke Entrance Award by Lincoln’s Inn, as well as a Postgraduate Scholarship from City Law School.

While at university Camille won a number of mooting competitions, including the “Slaughter and May Senior Moots Competition”, the final of which was judged by Lord Carnwarth. She was awarded the Agha-Abdur-Rashid Niazi Prize from UCL, based on her performance in mooting competitions over the entire length of her undergraduate study.

In her spare time, Camille attends a book club, and enjoys cycling and netball.

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