I joined Chambers after the successful completion of a pupillage here. I am now developing a busy and broad practice within Chambers’ core areas, and work with clients on general civil and family matters, with a particular focus on private child issues.
I have a special interest in family matters and frequently represent clients for emergency non-molestation applications. I have appeared for both applicants and respondents at First Hearing Dispute Resolution Appointments though to the Final Hearing. I have helped clients with complex fact finding hearings where there have been multiple allegations of domestic abuse.
I have a general interest in civil cases, and have represented both Claimants and Defendants in the County Court at all stages of proceedings, including small and fast track claims.
My clients particularly appreciate my professional approach, combined with the way that I am able to help them feel comfortable with the processes involved. My ability to process large amounts of complex information and explain it clearly to my clients is of great value to them, particularly when working on a DPA basis.
I studied law with history at Canterbury Christ Church University before going on to study the Bar Professional Training Course at Northumbria Law School, then commencing pupillage with Becket Chambers in October 2015. Before pupillage I volunteered with the Personal Support Unit in the Newcastle Combined Court, supporting litigants in person throughout the court process, and I still volunteer with the Kent Law Clinic at the University of Kent.