Rachel Spearing

Rachel Spearing is a practitioner at Serjeants’ Inn Chambers with a broad practice comprising Inquests, Inquiries, Regulatory and Disciplinary law. She sits as an Assistant Coroner in Hampshire and is a member of the British Horse-racing and Football Association Judicial Panels for safeguarding, regulation and discipline.

Rachel joined the First Hundred Years Pioneers for the 1990’s, celebrating her diverse background and co-founding the Wellbeing at the Bar initiative in 2012. Prior to a career at the Bar, Rachel worked in Capital Markets in a US Investment Bank. She is a Bencher at Inner Temple where she leads Equality and Diversity initiatives for the Inn and speaks globally on the development of Wellbeing Education.


What does “paving the way” for future generations mean to you?

“As a Patron of the Next Hundred Years ‘paving the way’ for this next generation for me means supporting their access to, resilience within, and successful retention or return to the Profession. Building greater awareness of their challenges is what I aspire to do as a Leader.”