Anne-Marie Lynch Profile.
Anne-Marie was admitted as a solicitor in 1998, having completed her training contract at specialist criminal defence firm, David Charnley Solicitors. Her caseload included all aspects of criminal defence work, from road traffic cases to the most serious, including armed robbery and murder.
Moving to Edwards Duthie Solicitors, Anne-Marie conducted complex criminal litigation work, including fraud and judicial review. She also worked on behalf of a large London local authority, leading prosecutions on trading standards and environmental matters, food safety and benefit fraud. She regularly appeared as an advocate in proceedings on behalf of the National Probation Service and the Youth Offending Team.
From 2007 Anne-Marie taught at the College of Law as a Senior Lecturer in Criminal Litigation. She also taught judicial review and was a student supervisor of Pro Bono Work. Anne-Marie is accredited to teach advocacy by the Advocacy Training Council and is a member of the Higher Education Academy. She is also a member of the London Criminal Courts Solicitors Association.