Jessica Price (2014)

Barrister

Jessica began pupillage at Chambers in January. Prior to undertaking pupillage, she worked as an in-house Advocate at DWF LLP in London specialising in personal injury, employment and general commercial litigation, undertaking small claims hearings, CMCs, CCMCs and trials in the employment tribunal. Throughout pupillage, Jessica has undertaken a mixed common law practice and is now accepting instructions in all areas of Chambers work.

Qualifications

Honourable society of Lincoln’s Inn

King's College London - Law LLB

City Law School London - Bar Professional Training Course

Personal Info

In her spare time, Jessica enjoys exploring the local countryside, the odd spot of rowing and is rather fanatical about cooking.

What they say

“I instructed Jessica Price on a fast-track trial. I was extremely happy with the service that she provided, as was my client. She was quick to grasp the case details and provided me with very helpful advice before the trial. She produced an excellent skeleton argument and achieved a successful outcome” – Elaine Walker, Mustoe Shorter Solicitor & Advocates


“We were grateful for Counsel’s expert assistance in this case, which was at all times provided in a very pleasant and very positive manner. Ms Price provided an exemplary service and is a credit to your Chambers” Biscoes


“I am delighted to highly recommend Jessica Price. Ms Price has provided outstanding work on a case I have been dealing with recently. She absorbed the details of the case impressively quickly and I was reassured by her thorough and clear comprehension of the issues at stake. She was able to advise in both a useful, practical summary fashion when needed in an urgent situation and also with the requisite technical, finer approach when required at various points in the case. Throughout, she was at all times a pleasure to work with and I was grateful for her confident and cheerful personal style” – Adam Manning, Biscoes


“I was very impressed with the efficiency and detailed manner in which Jessica approached the application hearing on a case for which she had not previously been instructed. If it had not been for Jessica’s experience and knowledge it is likely that the application would have been unsuccessful” – Clare Galvani, Lamb Brooks LLP