Called to the Bar in 2018
Anne joined chambers in February 2021 following the successful completion of her pupillage.
Before joining chambers, Anne worked as a County Court Advocate. She represented clients in a range of civil proceedings, primarily in property, bankruptcy and commercial law. Anne also volunteered for the School Exclusion Project and National Centre of Domestic Violence.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
- Family Law
Anne has experience in all areas of law covered by chambers which has given her wide ranging expertise from which she can draw. She has developed a busy practice in family, property and commercial law. Anne is authorised to accept instructions from members of the public as well as from solicitors. Anne will inform direct access clients as soon as possible if she believes they require representation from a solicitor.
Anne is able to represent clients in hearings as well as written work including drafting advices or pleadings or advising in conference. Anne is also able to draft witness statements or other documents.
Anne is authorised to accept instructions from members of the public as well as from solicitors.
WHAT OTHERS SAY
I would be more than happy to recommend Anne if anyone was in need of a representative Instructing Solicitor
Anne was “really impressive” and I “enjoyed working” with her. Instructing Solicitor
Anne did an “absolutely brilliant job” and “I could not have hoped for a better outcome” Instructing Solicitor
Anne completed “very prompt and impressive work” with a “thorough grasp of the matter”
Anne has extensive experience in commercial matters including contract disputes and bankruptcies. Anne has particular expertise in assisting companies and businesses on a direct access basis with disputes they are facing. Anne is regularly instructed in matters concerning:
- Consumer law
- Corporate and personal insolvency
- Business disputes
- Product liability
- Commercial professional negligence
- Contract disputes
Anne accepts instructions in all areas of family law but has particular specialism in private child proceedings, injunctive proceedings and matrimonial finance. Anne is regularly instructed in private child disputes, including for fact findings involving serious allegations, both on direct access and via solicitors. Anne also accepts instructions in TOLATA claims.
- Private Family Law
- Family Law Act
Anne is regularly instructed to represent clients and provide advice in:
- Drafting and interpretation of documents
- Trespass and nuisances including anti-social behaviour
- Possession proceedings including more complex cases
- Residential landlord and tenant including disrepair claims
- Commercial leases
- Boundary disputes
- Rights of way and other incorporeal rights
GDL: City University
BPTC: City University
LLM: City University