Experience

Émilie is an extradition, public and international law specialist. She is recommended in the directories across multiple practice areas and has appeared before the Supreme Court, Court of Appeal and Divisional Court. She represents UK and foreign government departments, individuals and NGOs.

Awards

Chambers and Partners 2020 A “smart and able” up-and-coming barrister who is frequently instructed in cases concerning European Arrest Warrants. She also has expertise in cases concerning international criminal law. Strengths: “She’s fantastic. A lot of barristers are good at either paperwork, client care of advocacy, but she is good in all three regards”. “A very capable advocate who is thorough in her research”.

Legal 500 2020 “She is highly intelligent, thorough and a tireless worker.”

Chambers and Partners 2019 A strong up-and-coming barrister who is frequently instructed in cases concerning European Arrest Warrants. She also has expertise in cases concerning international criminal law.  She is “Intelligent and clear-sighted,” recent work: Acted in Kortas v Poland for the requested person in a Divisional Court case concerning specialty protection in Poland.

Legal 500 2018 “She has an excellent knowledge of the law, which she uses to identify and pursue new arguments.”

Legal 500 2017 A promising member of the junior extradition bar.

Appointments

Crown Prosecution Service Extradition Panel Grade 3

Education

  • Mst International Human Rights Law, Oxford University
  • LLB Durham University

Professional Memberships

  • Defence Extradition Lawyer’s Forum
  • International Bar Association: War Crime Committee

Languages

French, English


Attorney General Panel

Appointed to C panel

TGC Welcomes Émilie Pottle to Chambers

4th March 2020

We are delighted to announce that Émilie Pottle has accepted an invitation to join Temple Garden Chambers. Émilie specialises in extradition, public and international law. She is a member of the Attorney General’s ” C” Panel.


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