Our second six pupils are on their feet and accepting instructions

Doughty Street Chambers is delighted to announce that our pupils, Cara Hall, Louise Willocx, Hannah Smith, and Nikila Kaushik, have completed their first six and are now on their feet and accepting instructions in their own cases.

Cara Hall is a Housing and Social Welfare specialist pupil and now accepts instructions on all housing related issues including homelessness, allocations, possession actions, anti-social behaviour, disrepair, unlawful eviction and housing benefit. Read more about Cara here.

Louise Willocx is a Crime Specialist Pupil. She now accepts instructions and specializes in criminal law, extradition, crime-related public law, international criminal law, and international human rights law. Read more about Louise here.

Hannah Smith now accepts instructions in both civil and criminal cases. She specialises in immigration, public law and human rights, inquests and civil actions against authorities. Read more about Hannah here.

Nikila Kaushik now accepts instructions in both civil and criminal cases with a particular focus on inquests, actions against the police, and public international law. Nikila will also be working closely with the Media team. Read more about Nikila here.

If you would like to discuss instructing them please don’t hesitate to contact our clerks: