Chambers takes great pleasure in welcoming Julianne Stevenson. Julianne joins Chambers having successfully completed a six-month pupillage. As a pupil, Julianne gained experience of all Chambers’ main practice areas – including public law, competition law, European law, public law, procurement, commercial law and VAT.
Prior to joining, Julianne obtained a first class degree in Law with Advanced Studies from UCL where she was first in her year. She was awarded a number of prizes during her undergraduate studies, including the Andrew’s Medal for being the top finalist in law at University College of London (2008), the Sweet & Maxwell prize for excellence in overall degree performance (2008); and prizes for her academic performance in each year of her degree.
Julianne studied at Harvard Law School where she obtained an LL.M with a concentration in International Human Rights. She was awarded a Queen Mother’s Scholarship by the Middle Temple to study the BVC, and, accordingly, in 2009 to 2010 Julianne completed that course at BPP. Alongside her studies at BPP, Julianne was a tutor of public law and human rights at UCL.
“I am delighted to be joining Monckton Chambers and so to have the opportunity to develop a diverse practice across Chambers’ wide range of specialist areas.”