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Emilie Morrison

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Practice Areas

General crime; regulatory and professional discipline; inquests.

Career

Emilie is a committed and able advocate who is frequently commended for her client-focused approach and sensitive manner. She is routinely instructed on behalf of both prosecution and defence in the full range of hearings in the Crown Court and magistrates’ court. She has experience of cases involving serious violence, drugs, fraud, and sexual offences. Emilie is a grade 3 CPS prosecutor, and has prosecuted a number of multi-handed trials both alone and as a led junior.

Emilie has particular expertise in legal professional privilege and disclosure exercises, and frequently acts in an advisory capacity on such matters for various bodies including HMRC, Trading Standards, and the CPS. She was recently instructed as disclosure junior in a historic sexual abuse trial involving multiple complainants in which the disclosure exercise was commended to the Attorney General as a model of its kind.

Emilie has an established practice in regulatory law and frequently represents clients at the full range of fitness-to-practice and disciplinary proceedings obtaining consistently good results.

Emilie is qualified to accept instructions directly from members of the public through the Direct Access scheme.

Awards

Lord Haldane Scholarship

Lincolns Inn

2012

Megarry Scholarship

Lincolns Inn

2013

Hardwicke Award

Lincolns Inn

2012

Buchanan Prize

Lincolns Inn

2013

Education

City Law School

BPTC (Outstanding)

2012 - 2013

City Law School

Graduate Diploma in Law (Distinction)

2011 - 2012

University of Oxford

English

2008 - 2011