Steph joined us in May 2023, having completed a predominantly family law pupillage at another set on circuit.
Steph is now developing a mixed family law and general civil litigation practice.
In appropriate cases, Steph will also consider instructions via public access.
Steph has experience in a wide range of private law proceedings involving allegations of domestic abuse and violence, non-accidental injury, substance misuse, intractable parental dispute, and improper retention of a child.
Steph acts for parents, children and extended family members. She receives regular requests from clients to ensure her continuing representation.
Steph regularly appears on behalf of applicants and respondents in injunctive proceedings under the Family Law Act 1996.
Steph is developing a financial remedies practice and is available to advise pre-issue, to draft documents within proceedings and for representation at FDAs and FDRs.
Steph is building a broad civil practice including personal injury matters, small claims, interlocutory hearings, and housing disputes.
Steph is available to provide written advice on quantum and has experience of drafting statements of case in a wide range of matters.
“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
Steph has a background in civil litigation, with experience of running personal injury portal claims, negotiating bills of costs and county court advocacy.
English Literature BA (Hons)
Lincoln’s Inn Major BPTC Scholarship.
Frances Murphy Postgraduate Scholarship.
Dean’s Award for outstanding performance during BA.