Hannah Webb

Call: 2018 hw@onepumpcourt.co.uk

Specialist in

Direct Access


Hannah is a thoughtful and strategic advocate, with a busy mixed practice. She is known amongst her instructing solicitors for her detailed preparation to cases, such that she is “always one step ahead” of others and is “a brilliant barrister to work with”. She is particularly adept identifying novel or complicated legal issues both before and during trials.

Hannah is a highly sought after advocate in proceedings involving human rights. She regularly represents protesters in high profile trials.

Hannah has a busy general crime practice, regularly representing clients in complex drug conspiracies, serious assaults, and with issues relating to modern slavery and human trafficking.

Hannah represents families of the deceased in inquests, and also accepts instructions in public inquiries. She regularly advises on civil actions against the police and public authorities, as well as on employment matters.

Hannah also has a growing appellate practice.

Hannah is public access qualified and able to represent clients directly in all matters including driving matters.

Hannah is co-chair of the Haldane Society of Socialist Lawyers, and previously served on the executive of Legal Sector Workers United. She uses these experiences to bring a unique perspective to her clients’ cases, considering not only the immediate charges that they face but also the wider social conditions in which they live.

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Bar Professional Training Course, BPP Law School

GDL, City Law School

BA History, University College London

Professional Memberships

Co-Chair of Haldane Society of Socialist Lawyers

Criminal Bar Association

Legal Sector Workers United

Lincoln’s Inn


Portuguese (basic)

R v DD – Croydon Crown Court

Represented a young female client for possession with intent to supply Class A drugs, (along with possession of Class B drugs and driving matters) in proceedings which began in the youth court. Follow

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