Fenners Chambers | 3 Madingley Road | Cambridge | Cambridgeshire CB3 0EE | United Kingdom

Fenners Chambers | 3 Madingley Road | Cambridge | Cambridgeshire CB3 0EE | United Kingdom.

Fenners Chambers | 3 Madingley Road | Cambridge | Cambridgeshire CB3 0EE | United Kingdom.

Anne Hogarth
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

  • Crime
  • Family Law
  • Property

During her pupillage, Anne gained experience in criminal, civil and family law. She welcomes instructions across all of Chamber’s areas of practice. She is available to advise in writing or conference, as well as representing clients at hearings.

Presently, Anne only accepts instructions from solicitors and professionals.

WHAT OTHERS SAY

I would be more than happy to recommend Anne if anyone was in need of a representative

Absolutely brilliant job. I am very surprised at the outcome given you faced a lay bench who are rarely persuaded to move outside of the sentencing guidelines. You have saved the client from going back and forth to Ireland and the sentence barely reflects poor driving as an aggravating feature of this offence. You were also persuasive re: costs. I could not have hoped for a better outcome. I am sure the client will be pleased.

Anne works regularly in the Magistrates and Crown Court, both prosecuting and defending.

HER WORK

  • Magistrates’ Court trials
  • Grade 1 Crown Court Prosecutor
  • Probation breaches
  • Appeals to the Crown Court against conviction and/or sentence
  • Road traffic
  • First appearances and sentencing hearings.
  • Regulatory offences, particularly planning enforcement.

At this time, Anne only accepts instructions from solicitors and professionals.

Anne has a growing practice in family law. During pupillage, Anne developed her family expertise by undertaking pro bono work via Advocate for private family matters. Prior to pupillage, Anne spent a year volunteering for the National Centre of Domestic Violence while undertaking the GDL.

Anne accepts instructions in all areas of family law, including public and private children proceedings, injunctive proceedings and matrimonial finance.

At this time, Anne only accepts instructions from solicitors and professionals.

 

Anne has experience acting in a range of property law matters including:

  • Possession proceedings
  • Residential landlord and tenant
  • Boundary disputes
  • Planning, particularly planning enforcement

QUALIFICATIONS

History BA (Hons): Durham University

GDL: City University

BPTC: City University

LLM: City University

MEMBER

Inner Temple