Member of Family Law Bar Association
Public Access Accredited
Prior to being called to the Bar, June worked in some reputable medium sized firms of solicitors for a number of years within the Civil / Commercial / Personal Injury departments, and acquired a wealth of litigation experience, including conducting hearings before the Masters in the Royal Courts of Justice. This experience aided June’s decision to pursue a career at the Bar.
June’s specialist practice is in Family Law, and she regularly undertakes both private and public law cases. She provides robust representation and offers realistic and practical advice, striving to achieve the best outcome for her clients, whether via negotiation or contested proceedings. She acts for parents, grandparents, other extended family members and guardians, and is experienced in representing vulnerable clients.
She accepts public access instructions and outside Chambers her interests are Gardening, Cycling, Reading, Cooking, Theatre and Formula 1 Racing.
– Children – private law
– Children – public law
– Co-habitation Disputes
– Divorce and Dissolution
– Domestic Violence
– Inheritance Act Claims
– Property and Finance
Private Family Cases
June is instructed in a variety of Children Act applications, including intractable disputes concerning the living and contact arrangements for children; specific issue applications (i.e. such as schooling; removal from the jurisdiction; relocation disputes; name change); enforcement applications.
Public Family Cases
June represents clients at all stages of Care and Adoption proceedings.
Financial Resolution Cases
June represents clients in the resolution of their financial affairs, following the breakdown of a marriage or relationship, in low to mid net worth cases. She seeks to find the best and swiftest resolution where possible, to protect the clients from the financial and emotional damage caused by prolonged contested proceedings,
June undertakes cases where clients seek injunctive protection from physical and emotional harm, and seek the occupation of a home.