Education: BA (Hons) University of Manchester, Diploma in Law City University
Areas of Practice:Criminal Law Barrister
Bathsheba was called to the Bar in 2005 and practiced from Michael Hubbard QC's Chambers at One Paper Buildings, Temple, London, before moving to Walnut House in July 2010.
Bathsheba's practice encompasses a wide range of criminal law in the Crown, magistrates' and youth courts. She prosecutes and defends across the Western Circuit although she is happy to accept instructions nationwide.
Bathsheba has had regular trial experience in London and on Circuit of offences involving serious violence, robbery, firearms and drugs offences, offences of dishonesty, sexual offences and financial crime.
Bathsheba has experience in the Court of Appeal and Administrative Court.
She also has particular experience in asset forfeiture. She has been instructed regularly to appear for the Crown and Defence in confiscation matters since spending 6 months seconded to the Revenue and Customs Prosecutions Office in 2008.
In addition to her general criminal practice, Bathsheba has represented prisoners at prison adjudications and advised and represented local authorities in PII applications and restraint proceedings.
Bathsheba is accredited to undertake public access work.