James Sharpe was called to the Bar in 2014 and he joined chambers in 2016 after successfully completing pupillage. Before joining the Bar, James worked in the Houses of Parliament as a researcher and parliamentary assistant
James has experience in a range of family work with a particular interest in ancillary relief. He has successfully sought and resisted a range of family law orders, including forced marriage protection orders, non-molestation orders, and recovery orders. James also regularly acts for the police in disclosure matters between the criminal and family courts.