Year of call 2019

Steph Bailey

Practice Areas
Civil • Family • Family Finance


Steph completed a common law pupillage in 2022 and has since developed a mixed civil litigation and family law practice.

Prior to pupillage, Steph gained experience as a county court advocate and as a costs and personal injury paralegal.

Steph enjoys a broad civil practice including personal injury, small claims, property disputes and costs.
Steph is developing a busy paperwork practice and is available to draft statements of case and provide written advice on procedure, prospects, liability, and quantum.

Steph is a member of the Attorney General’s junior junior scheme.

Steph accepts instructions in private family matters, in particular financial remedies and disputes over property ownership under TOLATA.

Steph is able to advise pre-issue, to draft documents within proceedings and for representation throughout.

I thought she was excellent… Steph brought to my attention relevant case law which was really useful. Steph was extremely approachable and dealt with everything in a timely and efficient manner throughout her dealings with the case. Overall Steph was amazing and I will be instructing her again.
Solicitor, 2023

Steph went above and beyond from the start. I honestly couldn’t have asked for more. Fantastic result and I know client is incredibly happy.”
Paralegal, 2023

Steph is really nice and I got on with her well. She obtained a favourable outcome at court and client is happy. The opponent was really difficult but she dealt with matters really well. Would definitely instruct her again.
Legal Executive, 2023

MA Law
English Literature BA (Hons)

Lincoln’s Inn Major BPTC Scholarship.
Frances Murphy Postgraduate Scholarship.
Dean’s Award for outstanding performance during BA.

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