Lucinda Wilmott-Lascelles joins our Criminal & Regulatory Groups

Lucinda Wilmott-Lascelles
Written by:

Andrew Rourke


A fantastic start to the week for Chambers with confirmation that Lucinda Wilmott-Lascelles has accepted tenancy and joined our Criminal and Regulatory Groups with immediate effect.

Lucinda, who is ranked as a Leading Junior for Crime (General and Fraud) in the 2024 Legal 500 directory, specialises in criminal and regulatory law.

Andrew Rourke, Senior Criminal Clerk commented on the news:

“Lucinda is an exceptional junior and has built an enviable practice for someone of her level of call. The whole team at St Philips is looking forward to working with her.

She is the tenth new tenant to join the groups over the past six months, further confirmation of our focus on recruiting the brightest talent at the criminal bar.”

Lucinda is available to take instructions for cases from today, 5th February.

Written by Andrew Rourke