Rebecca read Law at Christ Church, Oxford and was later made an Astbury Scholar by Middle Temple. She additionally received the Lord Justice Sachs Exhibition Prize. Rebecca has a focused private family practice and receives instructions to attend hearings, write opinions and undertake drafting in financial remedies, private children, Family Law Act and Trust of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act cases.
Prior to joining 36 Bedford Row, Rebecca gained broad experience as a legal assistant in commercial litigation with Quinn Emanuel and later as a paralegal in private criminal prosecution. Rebecca is proactive in undertaking pro-bono legal work and has done so at Toynbee Hall, Legal Aid Practitioners Group, and AMICUS. Rebecca worked as intern in Tucson for the Arizona Capital Representation Project. She is a member of the Bar Pro Bono Unit. In her own time, Rebecca hopes to further access to the bar and access to higher education for state educated students.
Rebecca’s pupil supervisors were Richard Sear, Tom Carter and Christian Kenny. She assisted with the research in three Court of Appeal hearings and attended a number of High Court trials. She also had the privilege of marshalling with Mr Justice Mostyn for a final hearing in a private children matter and with Mr Justice Moor in several FDRs.
Appointments & Memberships
The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple
Family Law Bar Association
Bar Pro Bono Unit