Emma Williamson Regulatory

Call: 2013

Introduction

Emma joined chambers following the successful completion of her pupillage. She accepts instructions in all practice areas, with a particular interest in family.

Having read Law with French at the University of Birmingham, Emma went on to study her LLM in European Union Law and secured pupillage upon the completion of her BPTC in 2013.

Emma regularly appears in the County, Crown and Magistrates courts. She is always well prepared, is approachable, and will offer sensible and realistic advice.

Qualifications and Appointments:

  • LLB Law with French, University of Birmingham, 2.1
  • Licence en Droit, Université d’Orléans, Mention Bien
  • LLM EU Law, University of Birmingham, Distinction
  • BPTC, College of Law, Outstanding
  • Albion Richardson Scholarship, Gray’s Inn (2012)

Regulatory

Emma accepts instruction in all areas but has a particular interest in proceedings before disciplinary tribunals. She recently acted in a five-day hearing before the Nursing and Midwifery Council, representing a nurse facing several charges of misconduct.

Frequently instructed by the Director of Border Revenue, Emma is familiar with proceedings for condemnation in the Magistrates and appeals before the VAT Tribunal.

Emma has experience of conducting trials before the Magistrates Court involving trading standards, food safety, taxi licensing and school attendance. She has also appeared before the Magistrates and Crown Court in Health and Safety proceedings.

Having acted for Local Authorities seeking Anti-Social Behaviour Orders, in both the Magistrates and County Court, Emma is familiar with the law and procedure under both the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 and the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014. Emma welcomes instructions from those seeking or defending anti-social behaviour orders and injuctions.

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