Lauren joined St Philips in October 2022. She completed pupillage under the supervision of William Horwood, Juliet Allen, and Huw Jones.
She accepted tenancy in October 2023. Her practice encompasses all areas of public and private law children work, including matters under the Family Law Act 1996. Lauren also accepts instructions in relation to ancillary relief.
Prior to commencing her pupillage, Lauren was a Caseworker at the National Centre for Domestic Violence. She worked with a variety of applicants regarding a breadth of sensitive issues, both factually and procedurally, including that of capacity.
Lauren also worked as a paralegal for a large firm of solicitors in Derby before attending Bar School. When later studying the BPC, she volunteered at the University of Law Legal Advice Clinic.
In her spare time, Lauren enjoys theatre, dog walks, and criticising heel leads and over-whipped meringues on Strictly Come Dancing and The Great British Bake Off without any dancing or baking experience of her own.
LLB (Hons) – 2:1 (University of Nottingham)
LLM in Bar Practice – Distinction (University of Law)
Bar Practice Course – Outstanding (University of Law)
West Midlands Family Law Bar Association
Senior Advocacy Scholarship, University of Law (2020)
Certificate of Honour, Middle Temple (2023)