Calls to the Bar

Lincoln's Inn

Kyriacos Philippou Kyriacou; Noorain Muhamed- Noor; Richard James Lee Coleman; Andrew Corcut; Brenton John Molyneux; Gaynor Benjamin; Kuda Liyanage Don Manuja Gunasekera; Sunil Mansingh; Wendy Patricia Roberts; Matthew James Di Rienzo; Elizabeth Colette Hanna; Nambarath Sudha Nair; Catherine Gannon; Martin Jeffery Lawson; Dore John Green; Alessandro Biondi; Stuart Anthony Frost; Christopher Stephen Fowler; Maria Constantinou; Justine Thornton; Raul Antonio De Menezes; Duncan Field; Jemima Ivens; Elizabeth Frances Haggerty; David Nigel Endicott; Siza Agha; Bradley John Charles Ottaway; Lara Catherine Redpath; Sharmila Ramakrishnan; Ganaselvarani d/o Duraipandi; Grace Chacko; Karamjit Kaur Mahli; Wendy Pamela Londors; Jamil Mohamed Shafie; Wan Yin Tham; Mahmood Shafi Khan; Stanley Harold Gallagher; Anthony James Oakley.

Inner Temple

Deborah Jane Penhale; Elizabeth Esther Patricia Condon; Chrystine Louise Gittens; Felicia Nkechi Bernadette Okosi; Neil Whitear Smith; Naomi Brigid Cunningham; Kirstie Beecroft; Rosemary Emodi; David Maxwell; Intan Zubaidah Kamaruzzaman; Jacquelyn Sample; Anitra Diana Hussain; Devan Rampersad; Anna Elizabeth McClennon Garland; Abayomi Aderemi Owoyele; Barry James George MacKenzie-Williams; Justin Francis Holmes; Adam Sebastian Feest; Deborah Parry; Christina Thomas; Giles David Colin; Nigel James Stevenson; Rima Baruah; Tracey Fowler; Andrew Cecil James Warman; Kathryn Alison Taulbut; Michael Graeme Alexander-Wall; James Michael Cowdell; Lorna Ann Finnegan; Judith Margaret Parr; Elizabeth Mary Davies; Tan Lay Leung (in absence); Dominic William Jesse Beazer (in absence).

Middle Temple

Navjit Kaur Ubhi; Amanda Jane Field; Peter Francis Malachy Nugent; Thomas Charles Macey-Dare; Anthony Semir Mosawi; Roshan Ara Khan; Karl Bradwell Wood; Josephine Alexander; Andrew John Webber; Sophie Juliette Suzanne Nussle; Carl David Fender; Shou Sien Wong; James Duran Seddon; Peng Boon Ong; Thomas Michael Chard Allen; Paul James Sharples; Richard John Viney; Eloghosa Stephen Lawrence; Jonathan Barrett Keeble; Peter Arthur Neil Dyson; Kerta Singh s/o Guljar Singh; Rajindar Singh; Philippa Jane Edwards Whipple; Elaine Ruth Sneller; Hilary Jane Owens; Stephen George Baker; John Stuart Pitt.

Gray's Inn

Edmund Ming-Wai Tang; Andrew John Workman; Jayne Marie Spooner; James Walter Fryer- Spedding; Patrick James Carter; Luke Gibson; Victoria Katie Nassar; Daniel Anthony Feetham; Jane Helena Susan Foulser; Donna Marie Fawcett; Julian Kendall Henley-Price; Shahnaz Ahmed; Anna- Kumkum Mukhi; Catherine Elizabeth Stella Adams; Anne Elizabeth Ives; Brian Joseph Walsh; Nicola Jane Stubbings; David Adrian Grantham; Anthony Afamefune Ajoh; James Kevin Hourican; Peter Maddox; Petros Iacovides; Jayanath Avindra Gian Rodrigo; Mahendranath Dhaniram; Enock Daniel Alfred Chibwana; Yick-Fan Danny Mok.

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