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Vincent became a Member of Chambers in October 2018 following the successful completion of his pupillage, supervised by Esther Schutzer-Weissmann and Simon Ray.

After graduating from the University of Cambridge in Law in 2014, Vincent worked in the criminal law team at the Law Commission under Professor David Ormerod QC, assisting with law reform projects including firearms law (which led to provisions in the Policing and Crime Act 2017) and the ongoing work to codify sentencing law. He then moved to the Attorney General’s Office, where Vincent advised the Law Officers on the exercise of their functions in a range of areas, including charity law, contempts of court, and potentially unduly lenient sentences referred to them. Whilst studying part-time for his BPTC alongside his work as a civil servant, Vincent held the Queen Mother Scholarship from the Middle Temple. Vincent has written several articles for Archbold Review and other publications, and is a contributor to the recently published 4th edition of Miller on Contempt of Court.

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15 October

New Members of Chambers

Chambers are delighted to welcome Alex du Sautoy and Vincent Scully as new Members of Chambers following the successful completion of their pupillage.