• Crime – CPS Grade 2 Prosecutor
  • Public Family Law.
  • Private Family Law



  • University of Law – Law LLB (2.1)
  • BPP Law School – BPTC LLM (Distinction)
  • Called to the Bar 2019



  • Sir William Utting Prize for History, Law, Politics and Economics
  • BPP’s Advocate of the Year – Runner up (financial award)
  • Broadway House Plea in Mitigation Competition – Runner up



  • The Inner Temple
  • Family Law Bar Association



R v G and R v D [2023] – Following a lengthy prosecution for the Bradford Boys County Lines operation – Operation Chirwell – Ms Lee represented two defendants at the sentencing hearing before HHJ McKone at Hull Crown Court. There were nine defendants in total. After fully mitigating for both defendants, both defendants received a 3-year sentence of imprisonment. Mr G, in particular, was due to be released from custody one week after sentence.”

R v Chaffer [2023] – represented defendant at a Newton hearing at Hull Crown Court

R v Maw [2022] – represented the Defendant in his sentencing hearing for indecent images offences

R v Isherwood [2022] – prosecuted the Defendant in his sentencing hearing for burglary

R v Cawthorne [2023] – secured a conviction after a three day trial at Grimsby Crown Court for having a bladed article in a public place. Defendant was sentenced to 2 years imprisonment.

R v Rowe [2022] – represented defendant charged with with burglary. Defendant eventually sentenced to a term of imprisonment of 2 years 9 months.

R v Grant [2022] – represented defendant charged with aggravated burglary and robbery. After numerous hearings, the crown offered no evidence against the defendant.

R v Marazza [2023)– represented defendant who had previously pleaded guilty to breach of restraining order. The matter was listed for a Newton hearing. Due to new evidence, the Crown accepted the defendant’s basis and after mitigation the defendant‘s sentence was deferred.

R v Melchior [2022] – prosecuted a sentence for offences including ABH and possession of a blade. The defendant was sentenced to 20 months imprisonment. 

R v Sansam [2022] – represented defendant charged with possession of Cat A images


Jazmine joined Crown Chambers Pupillage programme in January 2021 following a number of years studying law and gaining valuable work experience. Subsequently, Jazmine became a tenant in January 2022. Jazmine has worked as a Legal Assistant for a Personal Injury Barrister as well as completing a paid internship with JUSTICE focusing on Criminal Justice, Human Rights and access to justice – which is where her interest lies.

Jazmine frequently prosecutes and defends in the Magistrates Court and has recently become a CPS Grade 1 Prosecutor. Since practising, Jazmine has been involved in matters concerning dishonesty, violence and public disorder.

In the Family arena, Jazmine has been involved in a number of matters in public and private law. Jazmine represents local authorities, parents, grandparents and the Children’s Guardian in care proceedings. Jazmine also regularly appears in private law proceedings in matters of contact disputes, specific issue applications and contested hearings such as non-molestation order applications.