Barrister who fell asleep during inquest cleared of misconduct

Ramya Nagesh, who wrote a book on sleepwalking and the law, said she had post-Covid fatigue and sleep disorder

A barrister who wrote a book on sleepwalking and who fell asleep during a coroner’s inquest has been cleared of all professional misconduct charges.

Ramya Nagesh, a member of commercial chambers in Gray’s Inn Square in London, was accused by the Bar Standards Board (BSB) of harming the public’s trust in the profession after falling asleep during a virtual hearing.

Continue reading…







Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Generated by Feedzy