Sarah Regan

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Degree: 
LLB (Hons) University of West
Year of call and Inn: 
2000; Lincoln's Inn
Professional Membership: 
Western Circuit, CBA
Practice Overview: 

A specialist in criminal law, Sarah has an established practice in both prosecution and defence work, including prosecuting as a sole and leading junior in a number of cases defended by Queen’s Counsel. She is a CPS grade 4 Prosecutor, a member of the specialist rape panel and regularly briefed on behalf of the complex casework unit.

Training:

Sarah lectures on advocacy on behalf of Lincoln’s Inn and state school pupils as a member of the Bar Council's Speakers for Justice Project. She also mentors undergraduate and BTPC students at UWE, is a circuit facilitator for delivery training in respect of vulnerable witness and is the deputy leader of Albion Chambers Crime Team.

Publications:

The Bristol Short Story Prize Anthology 2009;

The Times – Tuesday March 14 2000: "Dining at the Inns – Other Views"

Sarah has written articles in the Crime Team Newsletters:

Three into one will go: but at what cost? - April 2016
A victim need not be vulnerable to the Court process itself - November 2015
The wheels of justice - May 2015
A time for change: a new persepective on dealing with historic sexual offences - April 2014
A tug of war - July 2011
Seventy years good? - December 2010
Bad character or not? - May 2010
Too many cooks - April 2009
Mission impossible? - May 2008
Conflicted Out - November 2007

In the News section:

Brexit - what effect will it have on criminal practice?
Supreme Court returns common sense to the thorny issue of joint enterprise

Areas of Practice