Benjamin Ramsey accepts tenancy upon successful completion of pupillage

Central Chambers is delighted to announce that Benjamin Ramsey has accepted tenancy at Central Chambers, having successfully completed pupillage, under Benjamin Knight (Head of Crime).

Benjamin Ramsey

Ben’s advocacy impressed us all right from his pupillage interview. Throughout his pupillage, he has taken everything on board quickly and expanded his knowledge greatly. We have had excellent feedback from solicitors, barristers at other chambers, and judiciary during his second-six… It’s good to see that he is busy, right out of the gate, too. The state of the CJS at present is seeing everybody under a lot of pressure but Ben has proven himself to be able to assimilate information very quickly and he has an easy manner that will see him go far. I am proud of all of our pupils who have graduated to tenancy with us. I find it very heartening how quickly a good pupil can become an excellent barrister with their own practice and no need for ‘drip-down’ work. Our organisation rewards those with that extra spark.” – Ben Knight (pupil supervisor)

From 4th April, Ben Ramsey has been available for instruction and has been in demand. As well as general criminal practice, Ben spent time with our protest law specialists and is already instructed in protest matters in the North West of England. We have also received protest law enquiries from firms in London who recognise the truly superb knowledge of this growing and specialised area.

Upon acceptance of the offer of tenancy, Ben said, “I was thrilled to receive the offer of tenancy at Central Chambers and accepted without hesitation. My pupillage has been a fast and wild ride. I am looking forward to this next step in my development and to building a successful criminal practice.

To instruct Benjamin Ramsey, please contact the criminal clerks.

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