Jennie Ferrario

Jennie Ferrario

Year of call:

2007, Gray's Inn


Jennie Ferrario


Procedural Clerk to the Bar and Adjudication Service


Association of Regulatory & Disciplinary Lawyers


LLB Hons 2:1, University of Manchester

Jennie Ferrario came to Chambers as an experienced advocate in the Regulatory and Criminal fields of practice. Having qualified as a Solicitor in 1996 in Manchester she worked for Manchester Solicitors specialising in Criminal and Professional Misconduct cases. She became a Higher Rights Advocate within 2 years of qualifying and immediately began to conduct jury trials on behalf of defendants. She transferred to the Bar in 2007 whilst a Senior Prosecutor at the Environment Agency and her profile took her to Greater Manchester Police where during a six year period she developed her experience as an advocate in Professional Misconduct, Regulatory, Data Protection and Inquest work. She delivered training to various police services in the field of misconduct proceedings which she still continues to do.

Since joining Chambers she has been regularly instructed by Police Services and Solicitors specialising in Professional Misconduct including appearing before Police Misconduct Panels, Police Appeals Tribunals and cases before the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal. She has experience in advising upon and conducting applications for Football Banning Orders, Firearms Appeals, Sexual Offences Prevention Orders, Risk of Sexual Harm Orders, Closure Orders and to all matters arising and associated applications under The Proceeds of Crime Act 2002. She has a wealth of experience in advising and presenting arguments concerning the admissibility of evidence, abuse of process, disclosure, hearsay and bad character. Miss Ferrario also prosecutes and defends in the criminal courts including jury trials, in a whole range of matters. She is also instructed by The General Medical Council on a regular basis.


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