Meet Britain’s youngest ever barrister – The Guardian

Posted August 12th, 2013 in barristers, legal education, news, young persons by sally

“She is the youngest person to be called to the bar in 600 years and at just 18, Gabrielle Turnquest has already become used to questions about her age. By 12 she was ahead of her classmates. She started her first degree at the age of 14, graduating two years later on the day she also graduated from high school. ‘I guess it feels really good to have a law degree,’ she says, ‘rather than the age part of it.'”

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The Guardian, 11th August 2013