Freddie Lewendon

Freddie Lewendon

Called to bar: 
Gray's Inn

Freddie joined Chambers as a tenant in April 2023 following the successful completion of his pupillage under the supervision of Matthew Rees (Family) and James Hartson (Crime).

Freddie achieved First Class Honours in his Law degree at Swansea University. Following this, he went on to undertake his BPTC and LLM at Cardiff University.

Freddie has developed a broad practice and receives instructions in private law children matters, small claims, personal injury, as well as conducting criminal cases for both prosecution and defence in the Crown and Magistrates Courts.

Practice Areas

Family law

Freddie has a busy family law practice representing both applicants and respondents in a range of family matters in the County Court before Magistrates, District Judges and Circuit Judges.

Freddie frequently receives instructions to represent a range of individuals, including parents and grandparents, in respect of applications for Child Arrangements Orders, Specific Issue Orders and Prohibited Steps Orders. Freddie undertakes work at all stages of proceedings in private children matters from conciliation and direction hearings through to final hearings. Freddie is regularly instructed in matters which involve domestic abuse, child abuse allegations and where there is Local Authority involvement.

Freddie has also made and responded to applications for non – molestation and occupation orders.

Criminal law

Freddie is regularly instructed by both the prosecution and defence in the Magistrates and Crown Courts across South and West Wales.

Freddie prosecutes and defends in a wide range of criminal cases such as public order offences, offences against the person, driving offences, drug offences and theft.

Freddie is instructed in relation to sentences, bail applications and trials.

Freddie is also instructed to appear on behalf of the police to respond to appeals against Community Protection Notices.

Freddie is a Level 1 on the Crown Prosecution Service Advocate Panel.

Civil law

Freddie represents both claimants and defendants in a variety of Small Claims trials including road traffic accidents and personal injury disputes.

Freddie is also instructed to represent both applicants and respondents in stage 3 personal injury hearings, along with infant approval hearings. Freddie’s work further comprises of representing clients in possession claims made under section 8 and section 21 of the Housing Act 1988, as well as possession claims brought against trespassers. Freddie is also instructed to attend applications for summary judgement.


Gray’s Inn
Wales and Chester Circuit
Family Law Bar Association


Law LLB, Swansea University – First Class Honours
BPTC/LLM, Cardiff University – Very Competent/Distinction