Drystone Chambers welcome new tenant Sharmistha Michaels

3 November 2017

We are delighted to announce that Sharmistha Michaels has joined Drystone Chambers. Sharmistha, called in 2002, joins us from the Government Legal Department where she conducted litigation for the Ministry of Justice. Sharmistha’s previous experience encompasses POCA, Asset Forfeiture, PII Applications, Immigration, General Criminal matters and inquests. Sharmistha developed her training skills at SOCA and MOD and also taught Criminal Litigation and Sentencing at BPP University, London. Sharmistha will be strengthening our market leading London and regional teams, undertaking a mix of Criminal, Regulatory and Immigration law matters.

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