Jacqueline Caspi joined Chambers in February 2014 after completing pupillage at 4 King’s Bench Walk and spending a year as a Tenant at Cranford Chambers.
Jacqueline has a particular interest in Company and Contractual Disputes; International Sale and Carriage of Goods; Marine Insurance and Insolvency Law. She has experience drafting opinions, skeleton arguments and applications in numerous contractual disputes and has also worked on banking, trusts, insolvency law cases, Injunctions and the enforcement of judgment debts in the High Court. In addition, she has experience of running county court cases and possession proceedings. Jacqueline is currently instructed in-house at The Treasury Solicitor advising on personal injury and public law claims against government entities.
Jacqueline is client-friendly and approachable and deals with cases in a commercial and practical manner.
Before coming to the Bar, Jacqueline obtained experience in various city law firms, working as a paralegal in commercial litigation and property. Jacqueline’s pro bono work includes volunteering for the Free Representation Unit. She was part of the founding team of the Queen Mary Legal Advice Centre and recently mentored young law students in the Citizenship Foundation’s Bar National Mock Trial Competition, which resulted in participation in a BBC Documentary (2012), ‘Young Legal Eagles’, where she mentored students who took part in a mock trial at the Old Bailey.
Jacqueline accepts instructions on a direct access basis.