Jenny is a Pupil Barrister in the Family Team.

Jenny was called to the Bar after studying for an LLM in Bar Vocational Studies at City Law School, for which she earned a Distinction overall, including in Family Law and Advanced Civil Advocacy. Prior to her legal studies, Jenny earned a First Class with Distinction in her undergraduate degree in History and Politics from the University of Cambridge. She came second in her academic cohort and received the History and Politics Tripos Prize.

Jenny has gained an understanding of the challenges litigants often face, through her voluntary work. Alongside her legal studies, Jenny volunteered with the Witness Service at the Central Criminal Court, providing practical and emotional support to witnesses giving evidence in criminal proceedings. Jenny has also volunteered for the Free Representation Unit; she represented a Claimant in a three-day hearing and successfully satisfied the court they had been constructively dismissed. For several years, Jenny was a board member, and latterly the co-chair, of the #iwill Fund, a government and charity fund which invests in creating opportunities for young people to volunteer. Jenny is a recipient of the Points of Light Award from 10 Downing Street, for her voluntary work.


Further information

Elizabeth Bagaaya Scholarship, Gray’s Inn (2022)

David Karmel Scholarship, Gray’s Inn (2021)

City Law School Scholarship for Academic Excellence (2022)

City Law School Bar Course Vocational Studies Scholarship (2022)

History and Politics Tripos Prize, University of Cambridge (2021)

Charles Whittaker Scholarship, Sidney Sussex College (2021)

Julian Blake Tripos Prize, Sidney Sussex College (2021)

City Law School Clinical Legal Studies Prize for Outstanding LLM Clinical Work – FRU: Employment (2023)

University of Cambridge, History and Politics BA (Hons), First Class with Distinction (second in year).

City Law School, Graduate Diploma in Law, Commendation.

City Law School, LLM Bar Course Vocational Studies, Distinction.