Anna Rohan


Called 2015

Member of Personal Injury Bar Association



Anna joined Cornwall Street as a pupil and has since developed a varied practice. Whilst studying in the midlands she volunteered for various legal advice charities including Birmingham Employment Rights Advice Line and StreetLaw. In her spare time Anna enjoys being outdoors and has completed various physical and sporting challenges for charity including climbing Kilimanjaro and completing the MoonWalk half marathon.


  • General Civil
  • Personal Injury
  • Landlord and Tenant
  • Road Traffic Accidents
  • Trusts
  • Contract Disputes
  • Criminal Injuries Compensation Claims

Anna has a varied civil practice and has successfully appeared in both Fast Track and Small Claims trials. Anna is regularly instructed on behalf of claimants and defendants in a range of matters including personal injury, road traffic accidents, contractual and trust disputes, property disputes and credit hire cases. She has also appeared in a successful appeal to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.

She has also appeared in applications in areas such as insolvency, personal injury, mortgage and repossession and employment. In addition to regularly appearing in court Anna also employs her keen attention to detail and efficient working methods to produce written advices and pleadings to a high standard and to strict deadlines. She has been instructed to advise in cases concerning personal injury liability and quantum, trusts of land and adverse possession.

Anna also accepts instructions on a CFA in appropriate cases.


  • Financial Remedy
  • Divorce and Dissolution
  • Property and Finance

Anna has a busy financial remedy practice dealing with low to mid net worth cases. She represents clients at all stages of proceedings following the breakdown of a relationship from contested divorce to advising on appropriate settlement options and obtaining final orders. Anna also has experience in Section 37 and Maintenance Pending Suit applications and cases involving constructive trust issues.

Anna focuses on financial remedy cases and so does not accept instructions in Children cases.