Partners and champions


Diversity Organisations



Brie Stevens-Hoare QC, Barrister at Hardwicke

Sadie Crapper, Barrister at 39 Essex

Morayo Fagborun Bennett, Barrister at Hardwicke

Arwen Makin, Senior Crown Prosecutor at the Crown Prosecution Service

Queenie Djan, Pupil Barrister at St Ives Chambers

Jonathan Andrews, Solicitor at Reed Smith LLP

James Kitching, Solicitor at Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP

Patrick Cannon, Barrister at Cannon Chambers 


Jodie Hill, Founder and Managing Partner at Thrive Law 

Vanessa Challess, Principle at Tiger Law 

Fen Greatly-Hirsch, Barrister at Broadway Chambers

Ailsa McKeon, Barrister at 6KBW College Hill

Chris Gaunt, Principle Lawyer at Milton Keynes Council

Lynette Wieland, Associate at Browne Jacobson LLP

Ayobami Babatunde, Future Trainee Solicitor at DAC Beachcroft LLP

Our partnerships policy is called the Babington Charter, named after the late HHJ Anthony Babington, an openly neurodivergent judge and disability campaigner.

Signatories to the Charter become Partners (chambers, solicitors’ firms and other organisations) or Champions (individuals), and are able to use our logo as a sign of their commitment to neurodivergent individuals in the legal sector.

We are always looking for new signatories. If you are interested in joining the Neurodiversity in Law community, please email Susana, our Vice-Chair at or use the link in the button below.