Members of Chambers

Meghan Daniels

Called: 2017

Practice Profile

Meghan joined Chambers as a pupil in October 2017. She will be on her feet from 3rd April and able to take instructions.

Prior to starting pupillage, Meghan worked for the National Centre for Domestic Violence, assisting both male and female victims of domestic violence to obtain injunctive relief and ensure they receive the protection they need from violent partners, sometimes within as little as 24 hours. Whilst completing her degree, Meghan volunteered as an Appropriate Adult, providing support to juveniles and vulnerable adults at the police station. This experience of managing vulnerable and distressed individuals means Meghan is able to successfully build an effective rapport with clients to enable them to feel at ease. Meghan has also volunteered in supporting children suffering from attachment disorder to develop emotionally and educationally.

Meghan is keen to build a practice in Family Law and General Civil Law. Meghan has a particular interest in assisting vulnerable clients.

Education

ACADEMIC

  • City Law School – Bar Professional Training Course, London 2017
  • University of Kent – LLB (Hons), Canterbury 2016

AWARDS

  • Stephen Seabrooke Memorial Prize for excellence in advocacy

Professional Memberships

  • 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!