Chambers is delighted to announce that Will Cook has accepted tenancy following the successful completion of his pupillage.
Head of Chambers, Mark Cannon QC said: “It is a real pleasure to welcome Will as the latest member of chambers. I look forward to the skills and industry he has shown in pupillage (and before) being applied to developing what I am sure will be a very successful practice.”
Prior to commencing pupillage, Will read Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oriel College, Oxford, where he was awarded an Academic Scholarship and graduated with First Class Honours (7th highest in year). He completed the Graduate Diploma in Law at City, University of London with Distinction (4th highest in year) and also won the Jean Monnet Prize for EU Law, before undertaking the Bar Professional Training Course as a Lord Justice Holker Scholar of Gray’s Inn. While at school, Will represented England at the World Schools Debating Championships, winning the tournament in 2014 while also being named the best individual speaker.