Experience

Juliet joined Chambers in October 2018 after completing her pupillage under the supervision of Marcus Grant, Paul McGrath and Myles Grandison.

She is developing a busy practice across all of Chambers’ core practice areas, with a particular focus on personal injury, inquests and inquiries, public law, extradition, and costs and civil procedure. She is also keen to accept instructions in the fields of employment and education law, having previously undertaken pro bono work in these areas.

Awards

  • Inner Temple, Internship Award (2016)
  • BPP Law School, Advocacy Scholarship (2015)
  • Inner Temple, Major Scholarship (2015)
  • Inner Temple, Duke of Edinburgh Entrance Award (2015)
  • University of Oxford, Shearman and Sterling Moot Prize (2014)
  • University of Oxford, Holdsworth Society Moot Prize (2013)

Education

  • Magdalen College, University of Oxford: BA Jurisprudence (2014)
  • BPP Law School, London: BPTC (2016, Outstanding)

Professional Memberships

  • Administrative Law Bar Association
  • Defence Extradition Lawyers Forum
  • Personal Injury Bar Association

J. Wells and R. Hazell, ‘Judicial Input into Parliamentary Legislation’ [2018] Public Law Journal 106

2nd February 2018

Juliet Wells discusses the constitutional role played by judges in shaping legislation at the select committee stage in Parliament, in leading academic law journal Public Law.


J. Wells, ‘Human rights, the judiciary and the constitution: Past and future challenges’, UCL Constitution Unit

6th August 2015


J. Wells, ‘Considering the consequences of a hung parliament in May 2015’, UCL Constitution Unit

23rd April 2015


J. Wells, ‘Reforming Electoral Law: a Comment on the Law Commission’s Joint Consultation Paper’, U.K. Const. L. Blog

25th February 2015

Available at link below.  Cited by the Electoral Commission in its consultation response.


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TGC Welcomes New Junior Tenants

3rd October 2018

Temple Garden Chambers is delighted to announce that Juliet Wells and Harriet Wakeman  have accepted invitations to join chambers after successfully completing pupillage.