Albert Gibbon

Albert Gibbon

Called: 2021

Pupil Barrister

Practice Profile

Albert joined chambers as a pupil in October 2021.

 

Prior to coming to the Bar, Albert read Politics with Quantitative Research Methods at the University of Bristol before converting to law. Albert received major scholarships for both the GDL and the BTC from Middle Temple.

 

Albert has undertaken pro bono work alongside his studies, volunteering at the Employment and Consumer Law pop-up clinic in central London. Before undertaking pupillage, Albert also worked as a Parliamentary Research and Communications Intern in the House of Lords.

 

Throughout his first six months of pupillage, Albert is being exposed to the breadth of chambers’ family and civil practice under the supervision of Elizabeth Spence and Kate Kochnari. He is developing his practise into public and private children work, proceedings for financial remedies, and Family Law Act 1996 matters. Albert is also witnessing an array of work across chambers’ property, employment, and personal injury teams. 

 

Albert is looking forward to being able to accept instructions from April 2022.

 

  • BPP University – Barrister Training Course (Outstanding)
  • BPP University – Graduate Diploma in Law (Distinction)
  • The University of Bristol – BSc Politics with Quantitative Research Methods (2:1)
  • Jules Thorn Scholarship for BTC year (Middle Temple) (2020)
  • Jules Thorn Scholarship for GDL year (Middle Temple) (2019)
  • Merit of Excellence (Examinations Board, University of Bristol) (2018)
  • Dean’s Commendation (Dean of Faculty of Social Sciences and Law, University of Bristol) (2017)

The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple

Away from the law, Albert can be found hacking his way around a golf course or playing/watching cricket.

This set comes recommended for its members' expertise in children and matrimonial finance matters. The children cases range across both public and private law work, and include those concerning non-accidental injury, sexual abuse and fabricated illness. On the financial side, the set's barristers demonstrate the ability to act in substantial financial remedies cases as well as Schedule 1 and TOLATA matters.

~ Chambers UK Bar Guide 2020

Stour Chambers has 'a range of barristers at different levels suited for different cases'. Members continue to be instructed in complex multi-day cases in the public law space, where it provides 'expert counsel' across Kent and further afield involving non-accidental injury, sexual abuse and extreme neglect. On the family finance front, Elizabeth Spence is a go-to barrister for high-value cases with issues of minority shareholdings and opponents deploying hostile litigation tactics.

~ Legal 500 Bar Guide 2021

Latest News

  • 21 Oct 2021
    We are delighted to be ranked in Chambers and Partners The Bar Guide 2022 edition
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  • 04 Oct 2021
    We welcome two new pupils Nida Ali and Albert Gibbon
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  • 04 Oct 2021
    We are delighted to welcome James Hankinson to the team.
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