Members of Chambers
Meghan joined Chambers in October 2017. Prior to joining the Bar, Meghan worked for the National Centre for Domestic Violence, volunteered as an Appropriate Adult at the police station and supported children with Attachment Disorder to develop emotionally and educationally. Meghan's experience of managing vulnerable individuals means she is able to successfully build a rapport with clients to enable them to feel at ease. Meghan therefore has a particular interest in assisting vulnerable clients to navigate the legal system and to ensure their case is properly put forward.
Since joining Chambers, Meghan is developing a busy practice in all areas of Family and General Civil Law. She regularly accepts instructions from parents in private law disputes involving a wide range of issues varying from allegations of serious domestic violence, sexual abuse, substance misuse and parental alienation. Meghan has also represented both parents and Guardian's in public law matters and has attended the High Court on urgent applications.
In her civil practice, Meghan accepts instructions from both Claimant's and Defendant's in all aspects of personal injury claims including fast track trials, Stage 3 damages assessments and infant approval hearings. Meghan has also represented petitioners and supporting creditors in relation to bankruptcy proceedings and has appeared on urgent applications for injunctive relief and relief from sanctions.
- Public Law
- Private Children
- Financial Remedy
- Injunctive Relief
- Personal Injury
- City Law School – Bar Professional Training Course, London 2017
- University of Kent – LLB (Hons), Canterbury 2016
- Stephen Seabrooke Memorial Prize for excellence in advocacy
- Family Law Bar Association (FLBA)
Hobbies and other interests
Outside of Chambers, Meghan enjoys spending time on her farm, going to the theatre and trying to improve her terrible cooking skills!