From fringe theatre to the Bar: Nina Grahame features in CBA podcast

12 September 2023

Nina Grahame KC

Criminal barrister Nina Grahame KC features in the latest episode of Criminal Matters, the Criminal Bar Association’s podcast.

Nina discusses her career with Kirsty Brimelow KC, Chair of the CBA, and covers a range of subjects including Nina’s unconventional route to becoming a barrister, her thoughts and concerns about the current state of the criminal justice system, and a heart-warming account of a former lay client.

Nina also talks about how support and opportunities for women and people with families at the bar have improved in recent years.

Also in the episode Kirsty talks to Jeremy Dein KC the former joint head of 25 Bedford Row Chambers in London, about his childhood in a working class family in the East End of London and some of his experiences as a barrister.

Listen to the episode.

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