Year of Call: 2022
Very Competent, Bar Practice Course, University of Law (2022)
Distinction, Masters of Law, University College London (2021)
Graduate Diploma in Law, City University (2020)
Areas Of Work:
Before pupillage, Atticus managed a busy caseload as a criminal defence paralegal at Langfield Law Solicitors, including murder, POCA, EncroChat, modern slavery and extradition matters. He develops a strong rapport with clients and brings experience of safeguarding the interests of vulnerable individuals through volunteering as an Appropriate Adult in police stations.
He previously acted as a research assistant for David Ormerod CBE, KC (Hon) and has published academic journal articles on whole life order sentencing, international criminal law and immigration.
Academic publications and awards:
Journal of Criminal Law
- ‘"An obligation of means, not one of results": A historical overview and theoretical assessment of the whole life order sentencing regime in England and Wales' (upcoming publication)
European Journal of International Law
- 'The Special Tribunal for Lebanon: How did it survive for so long?' (EJIL: Talk!)
- 'D4 Case' (citizenship deprivation notice) - Journal of Immigration, Asylum & Nationality Law
- 'McCann, Sinaga & Shah' (whole-life order sentencing) - Sentencing News
Gray’s Inn GDL Scholar (2019)
Spanish – professional proficiency