Sara Ibrahim joins Gatehouse Chambers

18 Jul 2022

Gatehouse Chambers is delighted to welcome Sara Ibrahim as a member of chambers from Monday, 18 July 2022.

Sara (2006 call) is recognised as a leading junior in professional negligence and employment work. Sara’s ‘exemplary’ legal knowledge and the way she works being ‘switched on to the needs of the client’ have been identified as particularly worthy of note (Legal 500).

Sara is a founder member of the Bar Standards Board Race Equality Task Force and a trainer for the Bar Council’s introduction to race course. She is committed to cultivating modern and diverse workplaces particular at the Bar.

Brie Stevens-Hoare KC (Joint Head of Chambers) noted: “We are absolutely delighted to welcome Sara to Gatehouse Chambers.  Sara’s legal expertise and profile represents a fantastic addition to our teams.  Sara has significant experience in matters with an international element, including other common law jurisdictions such as the Caribbean and Gibraltar. Sara recently appeared in the Privy Council in Gordon v Havener (Antigua and Barbuda) [2021] UKPC 26 when Lord Burrows took the opportunity to clarify the law of proprietary estoppel. We very much look forward to welcoming Sara into the Gatehouse Chambers family and supporting her in the further development of her career and profile over the coming years.”

Amanda Illing (CEO) added: “Sara is an excellent addition to the team at Gatehouse Chambers and her mix of skills and expertise will help enhance further our offering to clients.”

Sara has recently been shortlisted for the Professional Negligence Junior of the Year award at the Legal 500 Bar Awards 2022, bringing the number of shortlistings for Gatehouse Chambers and its members to eleven. The shortlisting cross the spectrum of our areas of expertise, including shortlistings for individual members, teams and staff.

For more information, please contact Amanda Illing, CEO (+44 20 7242 2523)

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Sara Ibrahim

Call: 2006