Isobel Thomas

Call To The Bar: 2012


Isobel Thomas was called to the bar in 2012 and has a mixed criminal and civil practice.

In her criminal practice Isobel brings a breadth of experience from her background working in a well known North London solicitors’ firm. During this time Isobel began the preliminary stages of the police station accreditation course and represented clients charged with a variety of offences. She also assisted in the preparation of a case involving large scale VAT fraud and the case of R v AK & AW, Britain’s biggest mortgage fraud.

As a result of this, Isobel has already been instructed to both prosecute and defend in the Crown Court and Magistrates’ Court in a wide range of cases, including violence, dishonesty, drugs and driving offences. Isobel is also instructed to prosecute on behalf of local authorities in cases involving anti-social behaviour orders, health & safety and food hygiene standards.

In her Personal Injury practice, Isobel has appeared in the County Court in road traffic accident cases. She has also advised on both liability and quantum in a range of personal injury matters.

Isobel also accepts instructions in immigration matters, having already undertaken numerous appeals in the Immigration Tribunal including: entry clearance, dependant relatives, deportation and removal, Article 8 arguments, visitor appeals and entrepreneur visas.

Since her call to the bar Isobel has developed a wide ranged and busy practice with regular instructions for substantial cases.