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Areas of Practice


  • Family

  • Crime

Jazmine Wilde

LLB (Hons)

Called 2018

Inner Temple

e-mail : jazmine.wilde@regentchambers.co.uk

secure : jazmine.wilde@regentchambers.cjsm.net

Jazmine has regularly been instructed to represent Applicants and Respondents before the Family Court on a variety of matters including the following:


Private and Public Law Proceedings


Public Law Proceedings

  • Care, Supervision and Placement proceedings

  • Interim Care Orders

  • Case Management

  • Final Hearings

Private Law Proceedings

  • Child Arrangement Orders

  • Specific Issue/Prohibited Steps Applications

  • Case Management, Finding of Fact Hearing and Final Hearings.

  • Proceedings involving Non-Molestation Orders (injunctions)


Criminal Law

Jazmine also accepts instructions in criminal proceedings on behalf of the defence. Her practice includes :


  • Defending in matters before the Crown Court, including multi-handed drug supply conspiracies and the concealment of criminal property.

  • Representing clients accused of serious violence.

  • Proceedings before the Magistrates' Court, including cases which concern allegations of fraud or dishonesty.

Prior to Joining Regent Chambers Jazmine worked for three years at Stoke-on-Trent Combined Court Centre. During her time at the Court, Jazmine regularly clerked family proceedings becoming very familiar with Family Law procedure. She also took the lead on the administrative side for the Private Law Recovery work during the COVID-19 pandemic, working closely with members of the Judiciary.


Before tenancy Jazmine was also a county court advocate for LPC Law and represented a number of claimants in over 250 hearings. Jazmine was regularly preparing her own work and representing clients before District Judges’ on matters such as mortgage possessions, charging orders, applications to set aside judgment, applications for summary judgment, costs and case management hearings and small claims.


Jazmine has long been involved with the Community Legal Outreach Collaboration Keele (CLOCK) initiative, giving talks to members of the Bar, the Judiciary and third-party organisations about the work that CLOCK does, and she has also delivered training to the new legal companions at Keele University.

Jazmine has a very approachable manner with clients and is able to put them at ease during difficult situations.



Jazmine is a member of the Midland Circuit and the Family Law Bar Association.