Bramble graduated from Cambridge in 2017 with a first in French and Italian. She gained a distinction on the GDL and was awarded the Middle Temple Helena Normanton QC scholarship before starting the BPTC in 2018. During her legal studies, Bramble volunteered at the Lambeth Law Centre, the Free Representation Unit and the Citizens Advice Bureau; she attended Social Security tribunal appeals with clients and made written submissions on their behalf.
Bramble’s GDL dissertation focussed on the breadth of anti-terrorism legislation in the UK. She built on this research in her winning entry to the Kalisher Trust Essay Competition 2020, where she considered the principle of retrospectivity in light of the recently implemented Counter-Terrorism and Border Security Act 2019.
During her first six, Bramble observed and assisted in cases across the range of Chambers’ practice areas, including murder and rape trials, disciplinary appeals and inquests. As a second six pupil, she regularly appears in the magistrates’ courts and has defended in a variety of cases involving charges of sexual assault, domestic violence, fraud and driving matters.
BA Modern and Medieval Languages (French and Italian), Class I, University of Cambridge
Graduate Diploma in Law, Distinction, Oxford Brookes
Bar Professional Training Course, Outstanding, BPP Law School
St Catharine’s College Cambridge, Henry Chaytor Scholar
Middle Temple Helena Normanton QC Scholarship
Middle Temple Harmsworth Award
Kalisher Essay Competition Winner 2020
Attorney General Junior Junior Panel
Young Fraud Lawyers’ Association
Criminal Bar Association
Women in Criminal Law