Victoria joined Chambers in 2022 to specialise in Family Law, having practiced as a criminal barrister following the completion of pupillage, in 2020.
With extensive courtroom experience behind her, Victoria is a strong and persuasive advocate. She has prosecuted and defended in serious cases, where she has presented and challenged complex evidence.
She is renowned for her ability to quickly discern the facts and issues in a case, together with the consistent and meticulous approach that she adopts to case preparation, and cross-examination – something which has been recognised by both professional and lay clients.
Prior to undertaking pupillage in 2019, Victoria worked as an in-house advocate, specialising in the representation of Indeterminate Sentenced Prisoners (ISP’s), before The Secretary of State and The Parole Board. She also represented clients at Independent Adjudication proceedings within the Prison estate, and in interviews at the police station.
Victoria has considerable experience of working with, and representing vulnerable clients, inside and outside the courtroom. Having undertaken specialist Youth Court training during her pupillage, Victoria has a committed and steadfast approach to representing children and young people.
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