• Wednesday, November 16, 2022
Josh Normanton Joins Trinity's Criminal & Regulatory Teams

Trinity's members and staff warmly welcome barrister Josh Normanton who joins Chambers' Criminal & Regulatory teams having previously practised exclusively in London.

Called in 2012, Josh is a specialist advocate in high-profile, sensitive and complex cases. His nationwide practice spans the complementary areas of criminal, regulatory, disciplinary and financial services law. Josh is a Level 3 panel CPS prosecutor.

Josh is a member of the Criminal Bar Association, Fraud Lawyers Association and Financial Services Lawyers Association. He is a Contributing Editor to Archbold Criminal Pleading, Evidence and Practice and was a core member of the Rook Group Advocacy and the Vulnerable Committee which developed the national advocacy programme on cross-examining vulnerable witnesses.

In his busy advisory practice, Josh advises corporates on criminal and regulatory issues arising in commercial transactions or relationships. In addition he regularly advises businesses and entrepreneurs on licensing and regulatory law in the novel food and legal cannabis markets.

Josh is regularly recognised in the leading legal directories, the most recent entry included:
“A formidable junior who is a silk in waiting.” “He’s good fun, easy to deal with, committed and someone who will always fight your corner.” Chambers and Partners 2023.

Commenting on the move to Trinity Chambers, Josh said:
“I am returning to my northern roots after 10 years of practice in London. Having had the privilege of working in a well-respected set in London, I am now very proud to be joining Trinity given its impressive reputation. I look forward to doing what I can to advance that reputation. I also look forward to meeting new friends and developing strong working relationships as I develop my practice in the North-East and beyond.” 

Josh's full profile and clerking contacts can be found here.