Aimilia Katsoulakis

Year of call:

2023 (Pupil)


2022 - The University of Law, Manchester – LLB (Hons)

2023 - The University of Law, Leeds – Bar Practice Course

2023 - The University of Law, Leeds – LLM (Hons)


2021-22 - Legal Assistant for Chelsea Brooke-Ward at Park Square Barristers.

2022-23 - Quality and Safety Administrator within the Safeguarding Team at The Yorkshire Ambulance Service.

2023 - Pupil Barrister at Park Square Barristers, Leeds.


2022 - North Eastern Circuit Diversity Scholarship.

2022 - Access to the Bar Award, The Honourable Society of Middle Temple Inn.

2022 - The Lord Blunkett Widening Access Award, The University of Law, Leeds.



Prior to her commencement of Pupillage, Aimilia held an administrative role for the Safeguarding Team at the Yorkshire Ambulance Service. In this capacity, she played a crucial role in ensuring the protection of vulnerable individuals across a wide range of environments and circumstances, throughout the entirety of Yorkshire. In turn, Aimilia fosters meaningful connections and rapports with a diverse cross-section of society, each with unique needs and challenges.

Throughout this role, she actively participated in meetings alongside law enforcement and various other local authorities, heavily building on her preparatory and oral skills. Whilst generating investigations for Domestic Homicide Reviews and Child Death Enquiries, she demonstrated her unwavering attention to detail and a sharp analytical acumen.

Furthermore, Aimilia dedicated her time to volunteering at the Witness Service, at Leeds Magistrates and Leeds Crown Court. In this capacity, she provided unwavering support and guidance to vulnerable witnesses and their families as they navigated providing evidence in court. Her responsibilities also involved seamless communication and collaboration with court personnel and legal professionals. This experience significantly enriched her understanding of the criminal justice system, its procedures and the invaluable insight she now brings to her Pupillage.