Archive: June 2024

Sarah Pinder appointed as Judge of the Upper Tribunal

Chambers is delighted to announce that Sarah Pinder, a senior practitioner in the Immigration and Public Law team, has been appointed as a Judge of the Upper Tribunal and has been assigned to the Immigration and Asylum Chamber. She will be leaving the Bar and will start her new full-time appointment on 2nd September 2024. […]

Sara Anzani secures permission to apply for judicial review in accommodation claim

Sara Anzani, a senior practitioner in Chambers’ Immigration and Public Law team, has obtained permission from the High Court in a challenge to the Secretary of State for the Home Department’s delay in providing accommodation to her client, who has been granted support under Section 4 of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999. The delay […]

London Legal Walk 2024

The Goldsmith Chambers team completed the London Legal Walk on Tuesday 18th June, raising money for the London Legal Support Trust. Donations can be made here – London Legal Support Trust: London Legal Walk 2024 (

Sarah Memmi secures unanimous acquittal in 2-week rape retrial

Sarah Memmi, instructed by Aadil Khan of Noble solicitors, represented AA at Inner London Crown Court. In a first trial in October 2023, AA was convicted of controlling and coercive behaviour but the jury were hung on the count of rape. At the retrial for the rape count, the jury returned a unanimous Not Guilty […]


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