​Areas of practice

  Leisure and Hobbies

Travel, writing poetry/short stories and Yoga. In 2012, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Jamaica's independence, Ms Simpson published a book of crosswords titled "A View of Jamaica in Crossword."

  Notable Cases

  • R v Tucker & Others: conspiracy to defraud  £62 000 (Not Guilty verdict)
  • R v Akinrolabu & Others: Robbery (involving 7 co-defendants) (No case to answer)
  • R v Idama: Indecent Assault of mentally disabled adult (Crown Prosecution offered no evidence)


  • Scholarship:  Knox College, Knox Community College (Jamaica)
  • Thames Valley University
  • Inns of Court School of Law
  • Family Mediation (ADR Group)

Carol Simpson has represented numerous clients in the Immigration Tribunals, High Court and Court of Appeal in asylum, settlement, visit visas and student applications, EEA applications and Judicial Review.

Her Criminal defence work has included appearances in a number of Fraud matters, particularly credit card and social security fraud, sexual assaults and robbery. Apart from her defence work, Carol also has experience appearing as Prosecution Counsel.

Within her Family practice, Carol is regularly instructed in Ancillary Relief matters and Children Act matters -Public and Private, including Care and Contact proceedings in the Family Proceedings Court, County Court and High Court.  Apart from appearing in the Family courts as an advocate, Carol is also a qualified Family Mediator.

Carol's Housing practice includes representing clients in Possession hearings or matters relating to Assured Tenancies.​

​In her Employment practice, Carol has represented clients seeking damages for Unfair/Constructive dismissal, sex/race discrimination and unlawful deduction of wages.

Ms Simpson accepts instructions under the 2013 Contractual Terms.

Carol Simpson

​Year of Call: 1998