Charlotte Holland appointed as a District Judge

Chambers is delighted to announce Charlotte Holland’s appointment as a District Judge (Magistrates’ Court).

The Lord Chief Justice has deployed Charlotte to the North Eastern Circuit, based at Leeds Magistrates’ Court with effect from 11th June 2018.

Head of Chambers, Andrew Thomas QC, said of the appointment:

“I am delighted at the appointment of Charlotte Holland as a  District Judge. Charlotte has been a pillar of strength to our criminal team for many years. She has appeared with distinction in many difficult and high profile cases and already has considerable experience as a part-time judge. We are sorry to lose Charlotte from Chambers but she is an excellent appointment as a Judge.”

Charlotte was called to the Bar in 1996 (Lincolns Inn) and has practised from Lincoln House Chambers since 2001 when she joined from Old Colony House Chambers. Charlotte had a part time Judicial Appointment as a fee paid Judge of the First Tier Tribunal (Social Entitlement Chamber) and sat on Financial Ombudsman Panels.