We are delighted to welcome our two new pupils Anogika Souresh and Hope Spalding to chambers. They will sit with our pupil supervisors to gain experience in all chambers practice areas.
Prior to pupillage, Anogika worked at various international criminal tribunals in The Hague and Cambodia; she was a Legal Assistant at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, a pro bono Legal Assistant at the International Criminal Court, and an intern at the United Nations Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trials. She has also worked in a consultant role on issues of human rights.
Before joining 1COR as a pupil, Hope acted as a student advisor for the Sussex University Family Law Clinic and worked with Triangle, helping train police officers when questioning young or vulnerable victims and witnesses. Hope also marshalled for HHJ Bright and was named ‘Best Advocate’ at Blackstones OUP National Criminal Advocacy Competition.