Pump Court Chambers

Ed Wylde

Call: 2018

  • University of Durham – LLB Law (Hons)
  • BPP Law School – BPTC
  • Middle Temple
  • Level 1 CPS Panel Advocate
  • NMC Accredited Outside Counsel
  • Youth Court Certified

Ed writes plays and television scripts, plays cricket for an ever-growing series of clubs, and is the co-creator of a satirical multi-platform content provider.

Instructing Ed Wylde

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Ed Wylde is a second-six pupil, accepting instructions in crime (including the Youth Court), courts martial, regulatory law and transport law.

Ed is swiftly developing a reputation as an effective and persuasive advocate, with his eloquent court demeanour paired with detailed preparation and an engaging client-facing manner.

Prior to commencing his pupillage, Ed gained experience of international financial regulation whilst working at a major global investment bank, with particular reference to the specific impact and professional requirements of the MiFID II directive.

He then spent two-and-a-half years at the Nursing and Midwifery Council, gaining significant first-hand experience of a tribunal environment on a daily basis. Ed presented cases on behalf of the NMC in front of the Investigating Committee for some 18 months.

Ed has also spent time volunteering with the South Westminster Legal Advice Centre and contributes to the preparation of the New Journal of European Criminal Law.

 

Notable cases:

  • R v N: Prosecuting. Ed was successful on all points at issue in the protracted legal arguments prior to the opening of the case; he also handled the vulnerable witnesses in this case with tact and poise, leading to a conviction for assault in a domestic abuse context.
  • R v B: Traffic law – re-opening of a “totting up” speeding case, where 3 points were required to be added to the 9 on the client’s licence at the time of the offence. Despite this, Ed persuaded the Magistrates to impose no period of disqualification, nor a fine, nor a costs order.
  • R v E: Defending, possession of bladed article in public space. Ed persuaded the Magistrates that the uncharged allegations of significant domestic abuse (including threats to kill and the waving around of a kitchen knife), alleged to have taken place just prior to the client’s arrest and outlined only through hearsay evidence, could have no bearing on the Magistrates’ decision on the single matter at issue in the case.”
  • University of Durham – LLB Law (Hons)
  • BPP Law School – BPTC
  • Middle Temple
  • Level 1 CPS Panel Advocate
  • NMC Accredited Outside Counsel
  • Youth Court Certified

Ed writes plays and television scripts, plays cricket for an ever-growing series of clubs, and is the co-creator of a satirical multi-platform content provider.

Instructing Ed Wylde

Would you like to know more?

If you require help or advice please contact our clerking team.

Call +44 (0)20 7353 0711 or email clerks@pumpcourtchambers.com.

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