KBW Chambers is pleased to announce that Jenny Coldham and Sarah Hopkinson have successfully applied for tenancy upon the completion of their pupillages in early September.

Jenny and Sarah are developing broad practices in line with Chambers’ specialisms, with a particular emphasis on criminal and family law, though they have a broad range of experience.

Jenny said: “I enjoyed an excellent pupillage with Conor Quinn as my pupil supervisor. Being Conor’s pupil, I was exposed to a variety of serious criminal trials in the Crown Court including rape and attempted murder. I was also fortunate enough to be part of June Venters QC’s team on a three-week fact-finding hearing involving allegations of sexual abuse against a child. I look forward to building my practice in these areas.”

Sarah said: “I have thoroughly enjoyed my pupillage experience at KBW. I felt welcomed from day one and everyone was always willing to give up their time to offer help. In particular, my pupil supervisor Tony Dunne has been a huge support throughout. I have been encouraged to explore all areas and I look forward to that continuing.”

David Brooke QC (Head of Chambers) said: “We are delighted to welcome Jenny and Sarah as new tenants. They have both excelled during the pupillage process, and we are confident that they will develop successful practices.”