I am available to accept instructions in all practice areas.
During pupillage I have gained experience of a broad range of commercial and chancery work, with a particular emphasis on insolvency proceedings and insolvency-related matters.
In addition to commercial, chancery and insolvency law, my interests extend to the following areas of practice; administrative law/judicial review; company law; land law; planning and environmental law; probate and administration of estates; charity law; social security law; and immigration.
MA (Cantab), Modern and Medieval Languages (French and German)
Graduate Diploma in Law with Distinction, City University London
Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Legal Studies with Commendation, Institute of Professional Legal Studies
Scholarships and Awards:
2015; Inn of Court Prize
2015; Megaw Gift Fund Prize, for highest standard in Advocacy modules at the Institute
2012; City University Scholarship
2012; McMahon Law Studentship (St John’s College, Cambridge)
2012; Lord Brougham Scholarship (Lincoln’s Inn)
2012; Serle Court Prize for Equity and Trusts, finalist
Prior to practice at the Bar I gained extensive experience with a welfare advice charity in London. This involved advising clients on a range of issues, mostly related to housing, debt and benefits entitlement, and representing clients at appeals before the Social Security and Child Support Tribunal.
I was selected to represent the Institute of Professional Legal Studies at the following competitions:
2015; Eoin Higgins Moot
2015; INADR Law School Mediation Tournament
2015; International Negotiation Competition (awarded special prize for ethics in negotiation)
2014; Irish Times Debate, where I reached the Quarter Finals