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Introducing Kenworthy’s Chambers New Criminal Barrister Kay Driver

Kenworthy's Chambers | December 7, 2023

Kenworthy’s Chambers has recruited a new Criminal Barrister to meet the growing demand for our services in Criminal Law.

Kay Driver will be supporting the efforts of Kenworthy’s top Criminal Barristers, offering a full range of advisory and advocacy services in courts across the North, starting in December 2023.

Speaking about the new appointment, Practice Manager Maria Rushworth said, “Kay Driver comes with great experience, so of course, we are thrilled to welcome her into our busy team of Criminal Barristers.” 

Kay Driver has 20 years of experience working as a Solicitor Advocate, developing her knowledge of the Northwest legal community. Whilst working as a Higher Court Advocate, she appeared almost daily in the Crown Courts dealing with the most serious cases. 

Kenworthy’s Practice Manager Maria Rushworth added, “Thanks to Kay Driver’s valuable experience in defending serious crimes, she will be able to relieve some of the pressure from our established Criminal Law team who have been receiving lots of enquiries about fraud, robbery, murder, and rape.”

Reflecting ahead of her start date, Kay Driver said, “I am feeling energized having been called to the Bar and now to be starting a new challenge at Kenworthy’s Chambers. The Criminal Law department there is well renowned in the legal community for providing a top-quality service.

“I am most fortunate to be joining such a highly respected set, so it is with excitement that I look forward to starting, working closely with the highly praised Criminal Clerks, and using my advocacy skills to help contribute.”

Kenworthy’s Chambers has recently welcomed several new Member Barristers to help match the demand for our Criminal Law services including David Lamb KC, Tara Riley, and Nick Roxborough. You can read more about these individuals by following the links.

If you have a Criminal Law case you need advice or advocacy for, call our Criminal Clerks Greg Highton and Paul Mander on 0161 832 4036 or email [email protected], [email protected], or fill out our contact form.