Hazel welcomes instructions across the full range of Chambers’ practice areas both as sole and junior counsel. Hazel is available for instruction and is currently undertaking her third six pupillage.
Hazel graduated from Cambridge with a First Class in both her MA in Law and LLM. She was then awarded an Outstanding on the BPTC at City University.
Prior to coming to Chambers, Hazel undertook her 12-month pupillage at Brick Court. She previously worked as a judicial assistant to Lord Justice Gross at the Court of Appeal, and as a stagiaire at the European Court of Human Rights.
Hazel has assisted in a wide range of complex and international commercial matters of a high value during pupillage. She welcomes all commercial instructions. Examples of such work, where she has assisted her pupil supervisor, include:
- The Federal Republic of Nigeria v JP Morgan Chase Bank  EWHC 347 (summary judgment application on whether the bank owed a Quincecare duty of care).
- Cathay Pacific Airlines v Lufthansa Technik AG  EWHC 484 (whether a multi-million contractual dispute was properly allocated within Part 7 or Part 8).
- Omers Administration Corp & Ors v Tesco  EWHC 109 (representing the SFO in the Tesco overstatement of profits claim).
EU & Competition Law
Hazel had experience as a pupil assisting in a range of EU/competition cases, including:
- The CAT’s preliminary reference to the CJEU in the appeal of a finding of infringement of alleged ‘pay for delay’ settlement of patent litigation in respect of paroxetine.
- Actions for follow-on damages arising out of cartels, such as that concerning TV and computer monitor tubes.
Hazel continues to assist members of Chambers advising on matters relating to the law of the EU.
Public and Administrative Law
Hazel welcomes instructions relating to matters of Public and Administrative law. During pupillage, she assisted with a wide range of public law issues in both an advisory and contentious context. The work for her pupil supervisors included:
- R (Utilita) v BEIS (a challenge in respect of Smartmeters, involving questions of EU energy and environmental law).
- R (El Gizouli) v Home Secretary  EWHC 60 (a challenge to the Home Secretary’s decision to share evidence with the USA without requiring a death penalty assurance).
- R (ICAEW) v Lord Chancellor  EWHC 461 (a challenge to the Lord Chancellor’s decision not to allow the ICAEW to regulate legal services).
- Grounds of appeal against a decision concerning breach of substantive legitimate expectation.
Group Actions and Product Liability
Hazel completed a research assessment during pupillage assisting counsel in a large group action. She will continue to assist members of Chambers in this work throughout her third six.
Hazel welcomes instructions in relation to property disputes including injunction applications, possession claims, and other procedural matters.
Hazel welcomes instructions in Personal Injury cases and has begun assisting members of Chambers advising on merits and quantum in a number of personal injury claims, including infant settlements.
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- MA (Hons) Law, University of Cambridge (First Class)
- LLM, University of Cambridge (First Class)
- BPTC, City University (Outstanding)
- Phoenicia Scholarship, Bar European Group
- Kennedy Scholarship, Lincoln’s Inn
- Pupil Residential Scholarship, Lincoln’s Inn
- Hardwicke Entrance Award, Lincoln’s Inn
- Rosemary Murray Scholarship, Murray Edwards College
- Foundation Scholar, Jesus College
- Winner, ECHR Moot Court Competition