Josh Neaman

Josh Neaman

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Josh joined Chambers as a pupil in October 2023. He is interested in all of Chambers’ core practice areas, and during his pupillage will complete three seats, in tax, personal injury and employment.

Having graduated from the University of Cambridge with a degree in Arabic and Spanish, Josh completed his Postgraduate Diploma in Law and Bar Vocational Studies at City, University of London, achieving a Distinction in both courses. While completing his legal studies, he competed successfully in mooting competitions and won numerous legal essay prizes.

Prior to commencing pupillage, Josh also gained experience as a volunteer advocate for the Free Representation Unit, representing clients in the Employment Tribunal. He also acted as a volunteer with the Company Insolvency Pro Bono Scheme in the High Court and with the Schools Consent Project. Additionally, he was invited to give lectures and supervisions in advocacy skills to LLB and GDL students at City University while completing his vocational studies.

Areas Of Expertise


Inner Temple Bar Course Major Scholarship (2022)

Inner Temple GDL Exhibition Scholarship (2021)

1st Prize, 2022 Andrew Lockley Public Law Essay Competition

2nd Prize, 2022 12KBW Thomson Reuters Tort Law Awards

2nd Prize, 2022 Slaughter and May Africa Essay Prize

Best in Category & Overall Runner-Up, 2021/22 vLex International Law and Technology Writing Competition

Winner, 2021/22 Kingsland Cup and Prize Moot

Runner-Up, 2021/22 City GDL Moot

Finalist, 2022 1GC Family Law Moot


BA Hons Asian & Middle Eastern Studies (Spanish and Arabic), University of Cambridge – 2:1

GDL, City, University of London – Distinction

BVS, City, University of London – Distinction