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Areas of Practice


  • Family

  • Crime

Jazmine Wilde

LLB (Hons)

Called 2018

Inner Temple

Pupil Barrister

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

secure : jazmine.wilde@regentchambers.cjsm.net

Jazmine was called to the Bar in 2018, after completing her BPTC with a very competent and joined Regent Chambers as a Pupil in May 2021.


During her first six Jazmine has observed a variety of hearings in both the Family and Criminal Courts, and has undertaken written work for various members of Chambers.


Private and Public Law Proceedings


  • Prepared position statements, written submissions, closing submissions and draft orders.

  • Has assisted in the preparation of multi-day Finding of Fact and Final Hearings, preparing questions for examination in chief, cross-examination and closing submissions.


Criminal Law


  • Observed multi-day trials, PTPH’s and bench warrants;

  • Prepared submissions for sentencing hearings.


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


Prior to Joining Regent Chambers


Jazmine worked in the Court Office for 3 years at Stoke on Trent Combined Court Centre. During her time at the Court, Jazmine regularly clerked Family proceedings, and 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.


As a result of her time at the Courts, Jazmine has a good working relationship with members of the Court Office and the Judiciary. She is also very familiar with Family Law procedure.


Prior to the pandemic Jazmine was 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 was involved with the Community Legal Outreach Collaboration Keele (CLOCK) initiative at Keele University and was a legal companion during her final year (2015-2016). In her role as a legal companion, Jazmine assisted many vulnerable individuals in preparing cases, bundles and also supporting during multi-day hearings.


Since graduating from Keele University Jazmine has still been involved with the CLOCK initiative, by giving talks to members of the Bar, the Judiciary and third-party organisations about the work that CLOCK does, and has also delivered training to the new legal companions both through her role as a Court Clerk and more recently as a Pupil.



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