Stephanie Yule (2005)

Stephanie studied law at the University of Essex prior to obtaining a Lord Denning Scholarship from Lincoln’s Inn and being called to the Bar in 2005. Following eighteen months gaining experience with a newly established solicitors firm, Stephanie was recruited by Trinity Chambers.

Stephanie has since obtained High Court and appellate experience, whilst developing a thriving practice in all areas of family law, including public and private law children work, injunctive proceedings and financial matters. She is regularly engaged in protracted or complex contact cases involving issues such as implacable hostility, mental health concerns, sexual abuse and domestic violence where expert evidence is obtained.  Instructed by Local Authorities, parents and Guardians within care proceedings, Stephanie has developed particular expertise in dealing with matters involving cognitive, psychological and psychiatric difficulties, as well as substance and alcohol abuse.

Stephanie advises and represents clients in ancillary relief, Schedule 1 and TOLATA applications, with an emphasis on cases involving disclosure and conduct issues. Her approachable and yet robust and practical style has transferred well to the civil arena where she is regularly instructed in fast and multi-track claims, insolvency matters and possession hearings.