Hannah Martin (Pupil)

Hannah Martin (Pupil)

"Pallant Chambers has ‘great depth’ in commercial, employment, property and family law."

Legal 500

“Always live up to expectations.”

Legal 500

“Consistently high levels of service.”

Legal 500

"The set has gone from strength to strength."

Legal 500, 2018

“Always a pleasure to deal with."

Legal 500

Practice Overview

Hannah is currently undertaking the practising part of her pupillage accepting instructions in public and private law children matters and domestic abuse injunction applications.

Hannah started her pupillage in September 2020 under the supervision of Sarah Earley. She has had exposure to both private and public law cases, involving issues such as allegations of sexual abuse, domestic violence, substance misuse, and non-accidental injury.

Hannah obtained a Very Competent in the BPTC at UWE Bristol and a First Class Honours degree in her accelerated LLB. Whilst completing the BPTC, Hannah won the St John’s Chambers’ Mooting Competition and was a finalist in the Albion Chambers’ Advocacy Competition. She has also won multiple public speaking competitions throughout her education.

During her time at university, Hannah volunteered for the Bristol Law Court Clinic and a domestic abuse clinic in Bath. Prior to starting pupillage, Hannah was an intern for the International Justice Mission, a large anti-slavery charity in Washington DC.