Date of Call: 2016
BSB Number: 68281
Amelia’s practice includes both family and civil law.
She was called to the Bar in 2016 after obtaining a ‘Very Competent’ grade on the BPTC which she studied on a part-time basis whilst working full-time as a Paralegal in a law firm.
Prior to pupillage Amelia practised as a County Court Advocate and attended court on the Western Circuit for a variety of cases including mortgage repossessions and applications, infant settlements, Consumer Credit Act disputes and general applications under the CPR.
Family: Care & Children
Public Law / Care and Adoption Proceedings
Amelia has experience in care proceedings and is open to accepting instructions for a variety of hearings.
Contact and Residence disputes under the Children Act 1989
Amelia represents applicants and respondents in all private law children matters including applications for prohibited steps orders, specific issue orders, enforcement applications, applications for change of surnames and cases involving removal from the jurisdiction. She has experience of representing both applicants and respondents in finding of fact hearings involving allegations of domestic abuse including emotional, physical, sexual and psychological abuse.
Amelia accepts instructions at all stages of disputes including appeals.
Domestic violence & injunctions
Amelia has experience in domestic violence injunction matters under Part IV of the Family Law Act 1996 (both ex-parte and on-notice) representing both applicants and respondents. Amelia has been praised for her professionalism, client care and quality of work which has led to her receiving repeat instructions.
Amelia can accept instructions at all stages of disputes.
Divorce & Separation
Amelia has experience in representing applicants and respondents in financial remedy proceedings.
Chancery and Commercial
Amelia has built up significant experience representing both claimants and defendants in a range of county court hearings including credit hire claims, small claims and fast track trials.
Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence
Prior to pupillage Amelia spent a number of years handing a caseload of personal injury claims in respect of both liability and quantum.
Since joining Chambers, Amelia has represented both claimants and defendants in MOJ Stage 3 hearings, directions hearings, small claims and fast track trials. She also has experience in representing claimants at Infant Approvals.
No 18 Resolution
- LLB, University of Southampton (2:1)
- Bar Professional Training Course, University of the West of England (Very Competent)
- Western Circuit
In her spare time Amelia enjoys keeping fit through CrossFit and taking walks in the countryside.