I became a full-time tenant at Selborne Chambers in 2018, upon the successful completion of my pupillage in Chambers. I graduated with a First in law from the University of Nottingham in 2014, before completing the BCL at Magdalen College, Oxford. Prior to pupillage, I worked as a Research Assistant at the Law Commission, working on projects to reform the law of wills and to update the Land Registration Act 2002. I also lectured on tax law at UCL.
I regularly appear in the High Court and County Court in my own right, as well as working with senior members of Chambers on larger cases. I accept instructions as sole counsel in all of Chambers’ core practice areas.
During my second six, I was seconded to the London offices of Womble Bond Dickinson LLP, during which I worked on a complex, multi-million pound arbitration in respect of the financing of various commercial fishing vessels and a landmark appeal brought under the Indian Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016.
I was recently appointed to the Attorney General’s Junior Junior Panel.
LLB (Univeristy of Nottingham) (2014)
BCL (Magdalen College, Oxford) (2015)
BPTC (BPP Law School, Holborn) (2016)