Alice Kuzmenko joined chambers as a tenant after successfully completing her pupillage with us. She is building her practice in all areas of chambers work. In this time, she has drafted pleadings, submissions, and advices in varying areas of law, and has undertaken advocacy at the county courts and immigration tribunals. She has experience assisting with disclosure in complex and high value litigation. Alice is on the Junior Junior panel for the Brook House Inquiry and is instructed in the Napier Barracks judicial review litigation.
Prior to joining 1COR, Alice was a Judicial Assistant to the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales, The Right Honourable The Lord Burnett of Maldon. She has undertaken pro bono work as a Student Advisor for The University of Law Legal Advice Centre and as a Tribunal Advocate at FRU. With The Justice Project she assisted prisoners in overturning wrongful convictions.
She was the sub-editor of The Right to Inclusive Education in International Human Rights Law (Cambridge University Press 2019) and a research assistant for Dr Jen Hendry on her project proposal on the hybridisation of civil and criminal procedures, which has now been funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council.
Alice is a keen swimmer, plays badminton and the saxophone. She also recently cycled 45 miles for charity in the Palace to Palace 2019 bike ride. Alice is fluent in Russian.
‘See’ you at the Bar Council Pupillage Fair 2020 - Oct 2020
Welcoming new tenants Henry Tufnell and Alice Kuzmenko - Sep 2020
Widening Participation with the Inner Temple and Warwick University - Feb 2020
1COR hosts Sutton Trust students for an insight into life at the Bar - Oct 2019