Sophie Stevens

Sophie practices in Crime and Extradition. She regularly appears in the Magistrates Court, Crown Court and Youth Court and has appeared in full extradition hearings. She has been described as ‘forcefully persuasive’ with submissions and ‘first class’ with her clients.

Sophie joined chambers in April 2024 after the successful completion of pupillage. During her pupillage, she was supervised by Graeme LoganWill Noble, Ben Joyes and Richard Paton Philip and assisted in the preparation of both prosecution and defence matters involving firearms, sexual offences, fraud, and serious violence.

Sophie has been instructed in a wide range of criminal matters and always has the clients understanding at the forefront of her mind. She is particularly passionate about working with clients with Neurodivergent conditions.

Background and Expertise

Before turning to law, Sophie received a first-class History degree from The University of Southampton and studied Drama & Theatre at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.

Whilst studying for her master’s in law, Sophie worked on a pro-bono project which provided legal advice for victims of domestic violence during covid. Her MA legal research project focused on the effectiveness of the disclosure process in RASSO cases.

Prior to starting pupillage, Sophie worked as the Future Pupil Programme Coordinator at The University of Law. Here she advised students on their careers and spoke with barristers and other legal organisations daily.

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PROFILE: Sophie Stevens

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CertHE - Royal Central School of Speech and Drama

BA History, First Class Honours - The University of Southampton

MA Law, Commendation - The University of Law

BPC, Very Competent - The University of Law


The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple

Women in Criminal Law (WICL)

Neurodiversity in Law (Co-founder)


CPS Grade 1