Two members of St Ives Chambers appointed as Recorders
St Ives Chambers is delighted to announce that two members of Chambers have been appointed as Recorders in the latest Judicial Appointments Commission competition.
Amy Jackson and William Douglas-Jones have both been appointed as Recorders, effective today, on the advice of the Lord Chancellor.
Amy Jackson was called in 2009 and is a specialist in criminal and regulatory law. She is a member of the CPS Advocates Panels for RASSO, General Crime and Serious Organised Crime at Level 3. Amy has been appointed to sit in crime on the Midland Circuit.
William Douglas-Jones was called in 2011 and is also a specialist in criminal and regulatory law. In 2021, he was appointed as a Fee Paid Judge of the First Tier Tribunal, sitting in the Mental Health jurisdiction of the Heath, Education and Social Care Chamber. William has been appointed to sit in crime on the Midland Circuit.
Head of Chambers, Elizabeth Isaacs KC said “I am delighted with today’s news of the latest judicial appointments for chambers. We all offer our congratulations to Amy and William on becoming Recorders and I am sure they will discharge their roles with distinction.”
(Amy Jackson, William Douglas-Jones)