She has gained experience during her non-practising first-six in all aspects of public and private children’s law proceedings and ancillary relief. She has become very accustomed and familiar with attending conferences with clients. She has attended court for all types of hearing, and will be looking to establish her own practice.
Rebecca will be commencing her practising element of her pupillage on 3rd April 2018 and will be available for instructions in all family law proceedings.
Whilst completing the BPTC, Rebecca was awarded the ‘Best Student’ award in the Family Law module.
Before joining Central Chambers, Rebecca worked as a Project Officer at the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman. She was responsible for resolving complaints and grievances individuals had against public bodies and government institutions, as an alternative to individuals pursuing litigation. Her main caseload involved complaints against the NHS, and she was responsible for investigating the complaint; instructing and questioning experts; and producing a detail written report with her findings.
Rebecca has also worked as the legal adviser for a local football club, where she was responsible for drafting and amending contracts, ranging from staff to suppliers’ contracts.
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