Hannah Gladwell

Hannah Gladwell

Call: 2016

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Hannah was called to the Bar in 2016 and joined Chambers after successfully completing her third six pupillage in July 2020. Hannah is regularly instructed to defend and prosecute in criminal cases both in the Crown Court, Magistrates’ Court and Youth Court. She has experience across a range of offences, including theft, domestic violence, drugs offences and driving matters.

Hannah also undertakes cases in public law proceedings on behalf of parents and guardians. She has experience in cases involving substance misuse, domestic abuse and neglect.

Hannah regularly represents vulnerable clients, including those with mental illnesses and learning disabilities, and has successfully completed the “Vulnerable Witness Training” at Inner Temple and the Youth Justice Legal Centre’ training. She has a sympathetic approach when providing clients with advice and reassurance at each stage of the process.

Prior to pupillage, Hannah worked in a criminal defence solicitors’ firm, where she obtained her police station representative accreditation. She advised clients on a wide variety of cases, at the police stations, and worked in the litigation department, in preparing often complex crown court trials.

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Crime Barrister

Notable Cases:

R v MR, Colchester Magistrates Court (February 2020): Guilty plea to driving whilst disqualified. I successfully persuaded the bench to impose a small financial penalty taking into account mitigation, rather than a community order as suggested by the guidelines.

R v JG, Croydon Crown Court (June 2020): Instructed to prosecute on behalf of probation. Successfully argued for the activation of suspended sentence.

R v CN, Maidstone Crown Court (July 2020): Guilty plea to two counts of supplying class A drugs to an undercover officer. Judge indicated that a starting point of 3 years was appropriate. After presenting mitigation, client was given 16 months imprisonment, suspended for 2 years.

Family Barrister

Notable Cases:

ECC v CA, Ipswich Family Court (March 2020): Represented respondent mother throughout complex care proceedings involving her 5 children.

Memberships


  • Criminal Bar Association
  • Honourable Society of the Inner Temple
  • Grade 1 CPS Counsel.

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