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Anna Wilkinson

Year of call:
University of Sheffield LLB Law (2:1)
University of Northumbria, BVC (‘very competent’)
Paralegal, Perth, Australia
Fee-earner, Harrison Bundey Solicitors, Leeds Crown Court & Prison Law Departments
Pupil at Sovereign Chambers, Leeds
Tenant at Sovereign Chambers, Leeds
Trainer of expert witnesses for West Yorkshire Police
CPS Level 2 Prosecutor
Sovereign Chambers becomes Park Square Barristers
List C of specialist regulatory advocates in health & safety and environmental law
List B of the Panel of Specialist Regulatory Advocates
North Eastern Circuit
French & German

Ranked: for Regulatory, Health and Safety and Licensing – The Legal 500 (2020)

Anna Wilkinson is a B-List Regulatory Advocate and has an established practice in a variety of regulatory and disciplinary work.

An experienced health and safety prosecutor. ’ Legal 500 – (2020)

” Her advice is always crystal clear” – The Legal 500 2019

“She is very good at putting witnesses at ease”. – The Legal 500 (2017)

She spent 3 months in-house at the Environment Agency Prosecution, reviewing files, assessing evidence and advising on whether to prosecute individuals and companies for environmental offences. She also prosecuted cases on behalf of the Environment Agency in both the Magistrates’ and Crown Courts. She has continued to be instructed by the Environment Agency in a variety of environmental cases.

Her recent work has included cases prosecuted by local authorities and fire and rescue authorities and Anna has been instructed by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills in relation to frauds by company directors and offences concerning individual voluntary arrangements (IVAs). She regularly acts on behalf of the DWP to prosecute benefit-fraud offences. Anna also appears on behalf of the Child Support Agency and has defended in school truancy, food safety & hygiene, and taxi-licensing matters.

She is regularly instructed to represent prisoners convicted of murder, rape and other serious offences at parole-board hearings across the country.

Anna has undertaken training provided by England Netball in order that she can assist with and adjudicate upon disciplinary complaints involving registered players or leagues.

Public Access

Anna may accept Public Access work, where she can be instructed directly by a member of the public rather than a solicitor.

Contact Anna’s clerk

Madeleine Gray on 0113 202 8603

Patrick Urbina on 0113 213 5250

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