BSB Barristers’ Register
Emily is regularly instructed in both Defence and Prosecution work in the Crown Court, Magistrates’ Court and Youth Court. She is described as approachable, thorough and eloquent; she always takes care with witnesses and clients to guide them through the process.
She is often instructed in cases which involve complicating factors such as mental health issues, serious injuries or vulnerable witnesses.
Emily has extensive experience working with children, vulnerable adults and those with mental health needs. Prior to joining Chambers, Emily spent several years working in the charity sector, which informs her approach to a number of areas of work that she undertakes.
Emily also accepts instructions in prison law, appearing on behalf of prisoners at parole hearings.
Regulatory and Local Government
Emily has a loyal following of local authorities who instruct her on a frequent basis in regulatory and local government prosecutions. In particular, she regularly prosecutes Education Act offences.
She has also been instructed in licensing matters and has a growing practice in regulatory work.
Her paperwork practice sees her regularly instructed to advice on merits of taxi licensing appeals and to draft pleadings or grounds for various regulatory matters.
Emily represents Police Forces for various applications such as domestic violence protection orders and anti-social behaviour.
Emily has extensive experience over the last five years appearing for parents in SEN hearings, in a voluntary capacity. She has successfully secured placements at specialist schools for several children, after tribunal or paper submissions.
Emily has extensive experience in a broad range of Civil work including small claims, credit hire and personal injury matters.
Planning and Land
Emily is developing a practice covering all elements of Planning Enforcement, including Tree Preservation Orders.
Emily has been instructed to advise on improvement notices, enforcement notices and subsequent tribunal proceedings.
Emily is building a busy employment practice and has experience appearing for both Claimants and Respondents in the Employment Tribunal.
She contributes to Chambers’ highly successful employment seminars, at the most recent she presented an update on the ‘Gender Pay Gap’ and pay equality.