Jennifer Bain been appointed a QC

Black Chambers were delighted to hear that Jennifer Bain has been appointed as a QC. Since calling to the Bar in 2002, Jennifer has built a reputation for dealing with vulnerable witnesses and building good working relationships with clients. Jennifer’s talents haven’t been confined to defence work. As a full-time Advocate Depute between 2007 and 2016, she prosecuted high profile murders and complex sexual offences trials. Jennifer’s successful career at the Faculty of Advocates will no doubt continue to blossom in her new status as a ‘silk’ – a richly deserved honour for such a widely respected and popular member of the Criminal Bar.

Stable Director Ian Duguid QC said: “We’re delighted to have someone as accomplished and well-respected as Jennifer joining our ranks of senior counsel in Black Chambers. It’s already what might be considered an outstanding group of senior counsel in whom instructing agents can have the greatest confidence.”