Crown Office Chambers is delighted to welcome Alethea, Annie & Benedict as our newest tenants, after successful completion of their pupillage
Alethea Redfern has a broad practice across a range of Chambers’ core areas including property damage, professional negligence, personal injury, clinical negligence, inquests and general commercial litigation.
Alethea undertook the GDL at City University with a postgraduate scholarship from City and a Lord Haldane scholarship from Lincoln’s Inn, before completing the BPTC at BPP as one of Lincoln’s Lord Denning scholars. Before this, she read English at Oxford, graduating with First Class Honours and a finals award from New College. Before joining Chambers, she interned with the UN Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals and worked for the team representing the largest group of survivors and victims’ families on the Grenfell Inquiry.
Annie Mackley accepts instructions across all of Chambers’ core practice areas, including personal injury, clinical negligence, inquests, property damage, professional negligence and commercial law.
Reading Law at the University of Cambridge, Annie gained a Double First Class BA and a First Class with Distinction in her LLM, coming top in her cohort. Alongside pupillage, she carried out research for the Department for Law and Medicine at Cambridge, focusing on developments in the law of clinical negligence post-Montgomery.
Benedict Morillo is developing a practice in insurance, property damage, personal injury, professional negligence, construction, and commercial litigation. He is currently accepting instructions across all of Chambers’ core areas of expertise.
Benedict took a first-class degree in Jurisprudence from the University of Oxford, coming ninth in his cohort. He then read for the Bachelor of Civil Law at Oxford which he achieved with Distinction, obtaining a first-class mark in every module. Before joining Chambers, he taught Trusts at Oriel College, Oxford and volunteered as a casework assistant at Advocate, the Bar’s pro bono charity.