11th October, 2023

Chambers Announces Katie Walden as Tenant

9 St John Street is proud to announce that Katie Walden has accepted an offer of tenancy after the successful completion of her pupillage. Congratulations Katie!

Her pupil supervisor, Simon Blakeborough, has said: "Katie has been consistently impressive throughout her pupillage. She has received great feedback from colleagues, opponents and the judiciary. She is thoroughly deserving her offer of tenancy. I and all at 9 St John Street are delighted she has accepted. She has a very bright future at the Bar."

Please contact the criminal clerks for more information (Criminal.Clerks@9sjs.com).

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