Harry O’Sullivan

Harry O’Sullivan

Call: 2016

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Harry commenced pupillage with Goldsmith Chambers in October 2017. He is looking forward to gaining a broad experience of Chambers’ criminal practice.

Before coming to the Bar, Harry worked at the Law Commission of England and Wales as a Research Assistant assigned to the Sentencing Code project. Harry has also worked as a researcher for Blackstone’s Criminal Practice, and is a contributing author on the newly revised edition of Miller on Contempt of Court.

Harry is committed to improving access to justice. He has previously volunteered with the Communities Empowerment Network, a charity offering pro bono representation to parents of school-excluded children, and was President of King’s College London Legal Clinic (2014-15). Harry was a mentor with the Vocalise programme and coached debating to young offenders at HM Prison Isis.

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Crime Barrister

Publications

  • ‘When is a residential address a dwelling for the purposes of sentencing?’ (2017) 2 (Aug) Sentencing News 6-9.
  • ‘The Sentencing Code’ (2017) 181 (29) Criminal Law & Justice Weekly

Education & Qualifications


  • BPTC (Outstanding), University of Law (2015-16)
  • LLB with European Legal Studies, King’s College London (2011-15)
  • Diploma of European Union Legal Studies (Very good), University of Toulouse (2014)

Memberships


  • Criminal Bar Association
  • Gray’s Inn

Recognition


Awards

  • Francis Bacon Award, Gray’s Inn (2015)
  • Routledge Book Prize, King’s College London (2015)
  • University of Law Selection Event Award (2015)
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