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Chambers continues to nurture outstanding talent

03/11/2017

New Park Court Chambers is delighted to announce Amy Levitt, Maryam Ahmad, John Hobley and Mark Robinson have been accepted as tenants following the successful completion of their pupillages in Chambers.

Amy completed her pupillage under the supervision of Nicholas de la Poer, and since accepting tenancy in Chambers March, is receiving regular instructions in Criminal and Family law.

Maryam, who was educated at Allerton Grange School and The University of Leeds, was supervised by Chloe Hudson and Jeremy Barton during her pupillage in Leeds. John, who attended Lawnswood School and King’s College, Oxford completed his pupillage under the supervision of Lee Fish in Newcastle.

Mark completed his pupillage under Chris Smith in 2016 on sabbatical from the legal department of Scarborough Council to which he returned on completion. He commences his practice from Chambers in January 2018.

Commenting on their acceptance into Chambers, Jason Pitter QC, Head of the Pupillage Committee said: “All have greatly impressed those supervising them during pupillage and we have received a considerable amount of positive feedback which bodes well for them being excellent additions to chambers. It is a reflection of our striving to recruit outstanding talent to Chambers.”

Two more pupils, Danielle Gilmour and Ryan Donoghue commenced their pupillages in Chambers in September, under the supervision of Chloe Fairley and Chris Smith respectively.

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Amy Levitt

Call 2015

Maryam Ahmad

Call 2013

John Hobley

Call 2015

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