Georgina is a first six pupil in Chambers.  She cannot accept instructions or briefs at this stage except for noting briefs.  She will commence her second six pupillage on 1 April 2019.  Should you wish to instruct a pupil for a noting brief please speak to our clerks.

Prior to pupillage Georgina was a Judicial Assistant in the Court of Appeal to the Vice President of the Civil Division, Lord Justice Moore-Bick and Lord Justice Irwin, where she gained experience in a wide range of employment, civil, commercial, public and international law disputes.

She also secured substantial advocacy and advisory experience in employment & discrimination law, both as a volunteer employment advocate for the Free Representation Unit and as an employment caseworker at a Law Centre. Notable cases included; appearing in the Employment Tribunal, EAT (unled) and Court of Appeal (led pursuant to an exemption granted by Lewison LJ) in Santos Gomes v Higher Level Care [2018] EWCA Civ 418 the leading case on compensation for injury to feelings for breaches of the Working Time Directive; obtaining full quantum in a breach of contract claim against an International and Premier League Footballer and achieving a five figure award for a Claimant in a three day contested employment tribunal hearing.

She has lectured employment & discrimination law at the University of Surrey and tutored constitutional & administrative law and tort law at Kings College London and Queen Mary University of London. She also completed a stage at the European Court of Human Rights and was part of the Cambridge Pro Bono Project Team which advised the Inter-American Court of Human Rights on an Advisory Opinion.

Outside of Chambers Georgina enjoys surfing, tennis, skiing, cycling, guitar, photography and learning to craft the perfect Tiki cocktail. She also has a love of live music, festivals and travel, having recently returned from exploring South Africa and Bali.

Qualifications

LLB (UCL)

LLM (Jesus College Cambridge) specialising in employment, equality, civil liberties & international human rights law

BPTC (City University) options in employment law and professional negligence

Prizes & Scholarships

Faculty of Laws Research Prize (UCL)

Eastham, Thomas More and Hardwicke Scholar (Lincoln’s Inn)