Lily Wildman

Lily Wildman
Year of call:

2021 (Pupil)

Education:

2021 - BPP University Law School, Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC), Very Competent

2020 - Durham University, Law LLB (Hons), First Class

Career:

2021 - Pupil at Park Square Barristers

2022 - CPS Level One Advocate

Memberships:

2020 - The Honourable Society of Inner Temple

Awards:

2021 - BPP University, Advocacy Scholarship and Career Commitment Scholarship

2020 - Inner Temple Major Scholarship

2020 - Sweet and Maxwell Law Prize

2020 - Lady Hale Prize in Law and Gender

2017-2019 - Hogan Lovells Scholarship

Lily has completed the first six months of her Pupillage under the supervision of Catherine Silverton with a primary focus on criminal law. Lily is now accepting instructions across a broad range of criminal offences for both Prosecution and Defence work and is keen to develop a burgeoning practice.

Lily has demonstrated an impressive intellectual ability which is owed to her diligent work ethic. During her Undergraduate Law Degree, Lily graduated top of her year at Durham University and received the Lady Hale Prize for the highest dissertation mark in Law and Gender which was published in the Durham Law Review. Lily has also demonstrated high standards of oral advocacy which have been recognised throughout her studies and beyond. During her first six, Lily participated in a mock Health and Safety trial as Prosecuting Counsel where she received excellent feedback. She also has a proven ability to provide outstanding levels of criminal advocacy as demonstrated by her grades on the Bar Training Course and her receipt of the BPP University Advocacy Scholarship.

Outside of her academic studies, Lily has an ability to relate to and build a rapport with clients. During her first six, Lily has gained an invaluable insight into how to put clients at ease particularly in sensitive matters. Prior to commencing pupillage, Lily has gained experience working with the public and specifically with vulnerable individuals whilst working as a Care Assistant at a Nursing Home. This provided Lily with experience working with vulnerable individuals and developed her interest in Court of Protection work, an area which she welcomes instructions.

Lily is keen to establish a practice in Regulatory and Public Law. During her first six Lily has observed several Coronial Hearings including Jury Inquests. She has also gained an appreciation and understanding of the meticulous preparation and sensitive manner required in these cases and she looks forward to accepting instructions in this area.

Contact Lily’s clerks

Andrew Thornton on 0113 213 5202

Gina Hawkins on 0113 213 5205

Rebecca Wilson on 0113 213 5203

Hannah Dempsey on 0113 213 5211

Robyn Nichol on 0113 213 5253

Lily has completed the first six months of her Pupillage under the supervision of Catherine Silverton with a primary focus on criminal law. Lily is now accepting instructions across a broad range of criminal offences for both Prosecution and Defence work and is keen to develop a burgeoning practice.

Lily has demonstrated an impressive intellectual ability which is owed to her diligent work ethic. During her Undergraduate Law Degree, Lily graduated top of her year at Durham University and received the Lady Hale Prize for the highest dissertation mark in Law and Gender which was published in the Durham Law Review. Lily has also demonstrated high standards of oral advocacy which have been recognised throughout her studies and beyond. During her first six, Lily participated in a mock Health and Safety trial as Prosecuting Counsel where she received excellent feedback. She also has a proven ability to provide outstanding levels of criminal advocacy as demonstrated by her grades on the Bar Training Course and her receipt of the BPP University Advocacy Scholarship.

Outside of her academic studies, Lily has an ability to relate to and build a rapport with clients. During her first six, Lily has gained an invaluable insight into how to put clients at ease particularly in sensitive matters. Prior to commencing pupillage, Lily has gained experience working with the public and specifically with vulnerable individuals whilst working as a Care Assistant at a Nursing Home. This provided Lily with experience working with vulnerable individuals and developed her interest in Court of Protection work, an area which she welcomes instructions.

Lily is keen to establish a practice in Regulatory and Public Law. During her first six Lily has observed several Coronial Hearings including Jury Inquests. She has also gained an appreciation and understanding of the meticulous preparation and sensitive manner required in these cases and she looks forward to accepting instructions in this area.

Contact Lily’s clerks

Madeleine Gray on 0113 202 8603

Patrick Urbina on 0113 213 5250

Daniel Highfield on 0113 213 5213

Lily has completed the first six months of her Pupillage under the supervision of Catherine Silverton with a primary focus on criminal law. Lily is now accepting instructions across a broad range of criminal offences for both Prosecution and Defence work and is keen to develop a burgeoning practice.

Lily has demonstrated an impressive intellectual ability which is owed to her diligent work ethic. During her Undergraduate Law Degree, Lily graduated top of her year at Durham University and received the Lady Hale Prize for the highest dissertation mark in Law and Gender which was published in the Durham Law Review. Lily has also demonstrated high standards of oral advocacy which have been recognised throughout her studies and beyond. During her first six, Lily participated in a mock Health and Safety trial as Prosecuting Counsel where she received excellent feedback. She also has a proven ability to provide outstanding levels of criminal advocacy as demonstrated by her grades on the Bar Training Course and her receipt of the BPP University Advocacy Scholarship.

Outside of her academic studies, Lily has an ability to relate to and build a rapport with clients. During her first six, Lily has gained an invaluable insight into how to put clients at ease particularly in sensitive matters. Prior to commencing pupillage, Lily has gained experience working with the public and specifically with vulnerable individuals whilst working as a Care Assistant at a Nursing Home. This provided Lily with experience working with vulnerable individuals and developed her interest in Court of Protection work, an area which she welcomes instructions.

Lily is keen to establish a practice in Regulatory and Public Law. During her first six Lily has observed several Coronial Hearings including Jury Inquests. She has also gained an appreciation and understanding of the meticulous preparation and sensitive manner required in these cases and she looks forward to accepting instructions in this area.

Contact Lily’s clerks

Claudine Cooper on 0113 202 8604

Paul Foster on 0113 213 5209

Arnela Siranovic on 0113 213 5212