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Jamie Cockfield

Call: 2021

Jamie is a second-six pupil in chambers and is able to accept instructions across all our core practice areas. Please contact our clerking team ( for further information.

Before coming to the Bar, Jamie worked at an energy analytics consultancy founded by Oxford University professors and economists.

Jamie received an Arts, Humanities and Research Council (AHRC) doctoral scholarship for a DPhil (PhD) in History at the University of Oxford, which he completed in 2015. His doctorate was a socio-legal study of land tenure, dispossession, and forced removal, focussing on the impact of the 1913 Natives Land Act and the 1936 Native Trust and Land Act in South Africa.

Jamie also received an AHRC Master’s scholarship for an MSc at the University of Oxford and an undergraduate degree in Politics and Modern History (First Class) from the University of Manchester, where he was awarded the Warren Kinsey History Prize.

He was awarded a full scholarship by BPP Law School for the GDL (completed in 2020) and a Buchanan Prize by Lincoln’s Inn for his performance on the Bar Training Course (BTC), which he completed in 2021.