Serena Crawshay-Williams

Year of call 2019

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Prior to commencing pupillage, Serena taught company law at the University of Bristol and worked as a Research Assistant for Professor of Labour Law, Alan Bogg. Her research covered a number of topics including public law, trade unions and sexual harassment at work.

Serena also worked for an employment law consultancy where she helped to conduct a workplace investigation at an NHS Trust. She is a trained mediator and is accredited by ADR ODR International.

Serena has an interest in all of Chambers’ practice areas and looks forward to receiving instructions from April 2020 onwards.

 

Academics

BPTC, Very Competent (University of West England, 2019)

LLM in Public Law, Distinction, 1st in year (University of Bristol, 2017)

LLB, First (University of Bristol, 2016)

 

Awards & Prizes

Finalist, Richard Murtagh Memorial Moot (Middle Temple, 2019)

Queen Mother Scholarship (Middle Temple, 2018)

Prize for Law, Gender and Sexuality (University of Bristol, 2017)

Prize for Migration and Work (University of Bristol, 2017)

Prize for Information Technology Law (University of Bristol, 2017)

Winner, Herbert Smith Freehills Postgraduate Moot (University of Bristol, 2017)

Winner, Lawyers Without Borders Debating Competition (University of Bristol, 2017)

K&L Gates Prize for Employment Law (University of Bristol, 2016)

 

Volunteering & Pro Bono

While at university Serena founded the Unseen Exploitation Society in order to raise awareness of labour law rights in secondary schools. She provided pro bono legal advice for the University of Bristol Law Clinic. She has volunteered for refugee charities across the UK and in 2016 she volunteered at a UN-sponsored school for Rohingya refugees in Malaysia.

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Prior to commencing pupillage, Serena taught company law at the University of Bristol and worked as a Research Assistant for Professor of Labour Law, Alan Bogg. Her research covered a number of topics including public law, trade unions and sexual harassment at work.

Serena also worked for an employment law consultancy where she helped to conduct a workplace investigation at an NHS Trust. She is a trained mediator and is accredited by ADR ODR International.

Serena has an interest in all of Chambers’ practice areas and looks forward to receiving instructions from April 2020 onwards.

 

Academics

BPTC, Very Competent (University of West England, 2019)

LLM in Public Law, Distinction, 1st in year (University of Bristol, 2017)

LLB, First (University of Bristol, 2016)

 

Awards & Prizes

Finalist, Richard Murtagh Memorial Moot (Middle Temple, 2019)

Queen Mother Scholarship (Middle Temple, 2018)

Prize for Law, Gender and Sexuality (University of Bristol, 2017)

Prize for Migration and Work (University of Bristol, 2017)

Prize for Information Technology Law (University of Bristol, 2017)

Winner, Herbert Smith Freehills Postgraduate Moot (University of Bristol, 2017)

Winner, Lawyers Without Borders Debating Competition (University of Bristol, 2017)

K&L Gates Prize for Employment Law (University of Bristol, 2016)

 

Volunteering & Pro Bono

While at university Serena founded the Unseen Exploitation Society in order to raise awareness of labour law rights in secondary schools. She provided pro bono legal advice for the University of Bristol Law Clinic. She has volunteered for refugee charities across the UK and in 2016 she volunteered at a UN-sponsored school for Rohingya refugees in Malaysia.

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