Annabel Hale

Annabel Hale- Pupil

Annabel Hale


Annabel Hale is currently completing pupillage under the supervision of Carl Templar-Vasey and is enjoying gaining experience in all areas of criminal and regulatory work.

Annabel has assisted in drafting documents for Court, including skeleton arguments, bad character applications/responses, hearsay applications, legal research, cross examination and final speeches.

Prior to commencing pupillage, Annabel gained experience working with pro bono organisations such as the Freedom Law Clinic, Advocate and the School Exclusion Project alongside her legal studies.

Annabel actively participated in mooting throughout her studies. She was awarded the CEPLER Prize for Outstanding Contributions to Advocacy from University of Birmingham having represented the University at the Helga Pedersen European Mooting Competition, placing third. She was also awarded the Lady Barber Prize for Mooting following her achievements in internal competitions. Annabel went on to represent Gray’s Inn at the Philip C Jessup International Mooting Competition, reaching the advanced rounds in Washington D.C and ranking in the top 40 oralists.

In her spare time Annabel is a keen baker, she enjoys exercising, getting outdoors and taking trips to the theatre.

Annabel will be on her feet and accepting instructions from 2 April 2024.


LLB – University of Birmingham – First Class

BVS – City Law School, London – Distinction


Lord Justice Holker Scholar – Gray’s Inn

Residential Scholar – Gray’s Inn

Annabel Hale- Pupil

Call 2023
Annabel Hale
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