Called in 2016
Lucy has a full common law practice and is available for instruction in all areas of Chambers’ work. She joined Chambers in October 2018 after completing her pupillage under the supervision of Jack Nicholls (civil), Rebecca Foulkes (crime) and Ivan Clarke (civil and crime).
Before coming to the Bar, Lucy worked as a Legal Editor. She wrote headnotes and summarised novel developments for offshore cases in all areas, including those involving complex issues of Commercial and Trusts law.
Read Lucy's comments on the recent equal pay case of Samira v BBC in our publications section.
BA Jurisprudence, Merton College, University of Oxford (2015)
BPTC, University of Law (2016)
Appearing on behalf of both Claimants and Defendants, Lucy is regularly instructed in small claims and fast track trials. She offers advice and settles pleadings in many areas including PI and property disputes.
Lucy appears in both the Magistrates’ and Crown Courts. She is a member of the CPS Advocates’ Panel (Level 1) and regularly prosecutes private lists.
Lucy acts in both public and private family law matters. She has appeared at all stages of proceedings through to final hearings, including fact-finding hearings and emergency applications in the High Court.
The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn
The Criminal Bar Association
Employment Lawyers’ Association
Human Rights Lawyers’ Association