Women In Criminal Law's 'In conversation with' videocast with BAME women

11 June 2020

Sandra Paul, Partner in our Criminal Litigation team, recently participated in an 'in conversation with' panel discussion conducted by Women In Criminal Law (WICL).


This panel was formed of BAME women in criminal law from different roles and stages of practice, including:

  • Judy Khan QC & Thalia Maragh, Garden Court Chambers;
  • Ravinder Saimbhi, 33 Bedford Row Chambers;
  • Cecilia Goodwin, Stephensons Solicitors;
  • Laurie-Ann Power, 25 Bedford Row Chambers;
  • Alexandra Wilson, 5 St Andrews Hill Chambers;
  • Ashwinder Gill, ABV Solicitors;
  • Tejal-Roma Williams, Crown Prosecution Service.

Sandra and her fellow panelists spoke at length on their experiences of entering, and working in, criminal law as well as challenges that still exist and the work they are all doing to strive for change.

The panel discussion can be viewed in full on YouTube by clicking here or on the image below.

 

 

 

 

About sandra paul

Sandra Paul is a partner in our criminal litigation team. She has a wealth of experience in criminal and related litigation. The majority of her work concerns defending allegations of sexual misconduct. She works with clients in the UK and abroad, including allegations following the #MeToo campaign.

She has a particular passion and aptitude for working with children and young adults, navigating them safely through the youth justice system. Youth crime is a specialist area in which Sandra is a leader in her field.

Drawing on her advocacy experience, Sandra is particularly accomplished in preparing witnesses to give an account or evidence in settings ranging from court proceedings through to internal and external investigations or inquiries.  Sandra’s career has included discreet representation of high profile individuals including politicians, bankers, music, sports and media personalities.

 

 

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