Chambers welcomes Jeremy Frost, as a third-six pupil


We are delighted to announce that Jeremy Frost has joined chambers as a third-six pupil having completed his pupillage at Garden Court chambers.

Before arriving at Goldsmith Chambers, Jeremy had already gained a broad experience of criminal and civil work, and had begun to establish a busy practice centring on immigration and public law. He is now beginning to increase his focus on civil liberties too, having gained relevant experience during pupillage. He has a lifelong passion for animal welfare, and is working closely with Goldsmith’s new specialist team in this area.

A Midlander by birth, Jeremy continues to divide his time between London and the Midlands, and is happy to accept instructions in most parts of the country.  Before being called to the Bar, Jeremy worked as a Church of England priest, including several years at Canterbury Cathedral. He is a trained musician, and continues to write music and poetry. Jeremy is currently mentored by Frances Allen of the immigration and animal rights teams.