Sarah joined East Anglian Chambers in April 2019 following an earlier pupillage at a chambers in London. She accepts instructions in Civil and Family law across East Anglia.
Sarah read law at King’s College London and, before joining East Anglian Chambers, spent some time as an Adjudicator at the Financial Ombudsman Service and later as a County Court Advocate, acquiring a breadth of experience in the courts across London and the South East.
Sarah has a broad civil practice with substantial experience across a range of civil matters. She routinely appears for individual and commercial clients and is also available to advise in writing or in person and to draft pleadings and other documents.
Regularly accepting instructions in fast track and small claims trials, disposal hearings and interim applications, Sarah has experience in dealing with contractual disputes, negligence, personal injury, credit hire claims and insolvency.
She also has significant experience in housing and property disputes and is able to advise and represent landlords and tenants in matters including possession, disrepair, party walls, anti-social behaviour, trespass and forfeiture.
Additionally, Sarah has built a thriving practice in local government and regulatory matters and acts for local authorities and individuals in both trials and interlocutory hearings in this area, covering closure orders, health and safety prosecutions, display of advertisements, noise abatement notices, and committals. Sarah has also advised local government as to the interpretation and interrelation of the Local Government Acts of 1894 and 1972.
Sarah frequently acts on Family Law Act and Children Act matters ranging from FHDRAs to final hearings and fact-finding hearings. She also has experience in dealing with non-molestation applications and other ancillary applications.
LLB (Hons)(Lond) – 2011
BPTC (Very competent) – 2013