Phoebe Colemantrainee solicitor

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    Phoebe Coleman

    Phoebe joined Sonn Macmillan Walker as a paralegal in February 2019, and began her training contract with us in March 2020. She supports Amy Cox, head of litigation in the Crown Court Department.

    Phoebe graduated from the University of Cambridge with a degree in Law in 2018. During the course of her studies she received three academic awards from Magdalene College. Phoebe has worked exclusively in crime since graduating, assisting on serious matters from murder to modern slavery cases.

    At Sonn Macmillan Walker, she has shown a commitment to client care, approaching each client with patience, kindness and pragmatism. Phoebe has shown a willingness to fight for the disclosure of large volumes of raw data, and the ability to tackle this complex evidence once it is served.

    What client's are saying

    “Phoebe thank you so much for the work you put in you are on point, you guys are wicked, thanks for getting me bail, for chasing the cps, the crown, for always returning my calls and messages, updating my family as well and writing to me. I’m so happy thank you. Big up Phoebe Coleman. Big up Amy Cox. Big up Sonn Macmillan Walker.” Client, 2021.

    “Well done Phoebe. That is a great result (from, let’s face it, what seemed like a less than promising starting position) and purely down to all your hard work in the preparation.” Counsel, 2021.

    “Excellent service and support from Amy Cox & Phoebe Coleman.” Client, 2021.

    “A job well done by you and the team. Thank you and please pass along my appreciation to anyone included…Massive weight lifted.” Client, 2020.

    “Both Nick and Phoebe have been brilliant through the whole process and are great assets, please express my thanks to both of them.” Client, 2020.

    “I wanted say a special thank you to Phoebe for helping me resolve this case quickly. I was completely impressed by your communication skills and dedication in doing your work. You always called me back and email to update me on the development of the case.” – Client, 2019.

    Recent Cases

    R v H [2021] Following written representations, the Crown offered no evidence in respect of allegations of theft and possession with intent to supply class A drugs. Click here to read more.

    R v F [2021] Our client was charged with possession with intent to supply Class A. Following a written representations, the Crown accepted a guilty plea to simple possession and our client avoided a custodial sentence. Click here to read more.

    R v J [2020] – Our client pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply Class A and Class C drugs. Following extensive mitigation, our client was sentenced to a suspended sentence. Click here to read more.