Christopher Easey denied murdering baby Eleanor in December 2019, claiming that he had dropped her on her head having been distracted by barking dogs. Following a 3 month trial before Mr Justice Murray, Easey was convicted of manslaughter and neglect after a jury heard that Eleanor had a brain injury and 31 rib fractures. Eleanor had also been left alone on occasions by both her parents, who had also fed her biscuits. Easey, 31, was jailed for 14 years. The baby’s mother, Carly Easey, was sentenced to a 12-month community order for neglect.
Chambers welcomes applications for Third Six pupillages with an interest and focus on crime.
Successful candidates can expect a busy, and mostly Crown Court based, practice.
Mentors will be assigned and each candidate will be given the opportunity to apply for tenancy.
2KBW is a modern, progressive set with an outstanding clerking team focussed on professional and career development.
We are committed to equality and diversity (please see our policy on our website).
For further information, or to apply, please send a CV and covering letter to our Senior Clerk, Daren Milton ([email protected]).
Applications will be treated in confidence.