Emily enjoys a busy court and advisory practice across Chambers’ key practice areas. She welcomes instructions in all areas of family work, including financial remedies and Schedule 1 applications, private and public law children. She is regularly instructed in contested hearings representing parents, local authorities, interveners and children, often involving serious allegations such as those of physical or sexual abuse and parental alienation.
Emily maintains a keen interest in general civil work, with a particular emphasis on personal injury, landlord and tenant and TOLATA disputes. She is also accredited to accept instructions on a public access basis.
Emily has a music degree from Durham University and is a member of the FLBA and PIBA. Prior to joining Chambers, Emily worked as a consultant for a number of top-tier investment banks.