Sarah Regan

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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, often prosecuting as a sole and leading junior in cases defended by Queen’s Counsel. She is a CPS Grade 4 Prosecutor, a member of the Specialist Rape and Serious Crime Group Panels and is regularly briefed on behalf of the complex casework unit.


Sarah lectures on advocacy on behalf of Lincoln’s Inn and to state school pupils as a member of the Bar Council’s Speakers for Justice Project. She has acted as a mentor for undergraduate and BPTC students at UWE, is a circuit facilitator for delivering training in respect of vulnerable witness and is the head of the Albion Chambers Crime Team.


The Bristol Short Story Prize Anthology 2009

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

Sarah has written articles in the following Crime Team Newsletters:

Love is Blind - December 2019
Reclaiming the streets - May 2018
Sexual offences: sentencing update - January 2018
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