Remi Reichhold

YEAR OF CALL: 2016

Remi started pupillage at 5 Essex Court in September 2016. Under the supervision of Jonathan Dixey and Alan Payne, Remi is gaining experience in all of Chambers’ main practice areas, with a particular emphasis on Police Law, Public Law, Inquests and Immigration.

Before commencing pupillage Remi worked for seven years as a researcher to Professor Philippe Sands QC. This included advising States on matters involving the use of force, genocide, NATO membership, self-determination, boundary delimitation and maritime entitlements before a range of international courts and tribunals, including the International Court of Justice. Remi has also volunteered at Toynbee Hall, the Free Representation Unit and as a duty advisor at Willesden County Court representing defendants in possession proceedings.

Education

LL.B (Hons), University of Durham, Hild Bede College

LL.M (First), University of Cambridge, Sidney Sussex College

BPTC (Outstanding), BPP London

Scholarships / Awards

James Hunt Prize for Advocacy – Gray’s Inn

Wilfred Watson Scholarship – Gray’s Inn, BPTC Award

Mould Scholarship – Gray’s Inn, Senior Scholarship

Leonard Coling Scholarship – Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge

Socrates Scholar – University of Durham