Catherine Flint

Barrister

Name: Catherine Flint
Position: Barrister
Year of Call: 2015

After completing her pupillage in 2016, Catherine has established a strong practice in both Crime and Family.

Catherine is highly personable and approachable and has great ability to connect with people from a wide variety of backgrounds. She is articulate and down to earth, qualities that make her advocacy attractive and effective.

She has an ability to focus on the real issues and a natural tendency to reduce cases to their essential points.

Crime
Motoring Offences
Family
Background

“[The client] and his carers wished me to thank you for your excellent representation.  They stated that you could not have done anything else on his behalf and he had fully understood everything that had happened during the day due to your assistance.”

Scholarships and Memberships

  • Yarborough-Anderson Scholarship, Honourable Society of the Inner Temple
  • Exhibition Award, Honourable Society of the Inner Temple
  • Duke of Edinburgh Entrance Award, Honourable Society of the Inner Temple
  • Tutor’s Prize for Best Overall Performance on the BPTC
  • Winner of the ICLR Annual Mooting Competition, 2013
  • Highly Commended Prize, Bar Council Law Reform Essay Competition, 2013.

Qualifications

  • LLB (Hons) First Class
  • BPTC, Outstanding
  • CPS Grade 2

Catherine is on the Steering Committee for the Western Circuit Women’s Forum. She is also an associate lecturer at both the Open University and UWE, teaching criminal advocacy and litigation on the Bar Professional Training Course and undergraduate Criminal and Public Law.

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