Bryony Robinson joined Chambers in October 2015, following the successful completion of her pupillage. During pupillage Bryony gained experience across all Chambers’ practice areas, including probate and trust disputes, partnership matters and property. Bryony regularly appears in her own right in the County Court and High Court, as well as being led on larger cases. Bryony has also appeared in the First Tier Tribunal and is available to attend mediations.
Prior to commencing pupillage Bryony was a Judicial Assistant to Lord Justice Longmore in the Court of Appeal. This has given her a valuable understanding of the appellate process and thorough knowledge of commercial litigation.
During pupillage Bryony worked on a variety of partnership matters whilst supervised by Jeremy Callman and Jonathan Gavaghan. These ranged from disputes between medical professionals to drafting restrictive covenants for partnership agreements. In practice Bryony continues to have a strong interest in partnership law and has worked as Jeremy’s junior on a number of cases.
- Bar Professional Training Course (Outstanding), Kaplan Law School (2013)
- Graduate Diploma in Law (Distinction), Kaplan Law School (2012)
- MPhil Medieval History (Distinction), University of Cambridge (2011)
- MA History (First Class), Newnham College, University of Cambridge (2010)
Associations & Memberships
- Chancery Bar Association
Bryony regularly responds to questions for PLC and also writes for Lawskills.
Bryony Robinson is a self-employed, independent barrister whose practice is governed by the Code of Conduct of the Bar of England and Wales. She is registered with The Bar Standards Board [Bar Ref 61956] and is fully insured with the Bar Mutual Indemnity Fund [BMIF Ref 2360/074] to provide legal services, please refer to the BMIF website for full details of the world-wide cover provided. She is registered for VAT under the reference 224500844.