Meghan joined Chambers after successfully completing her pupillage in 2017.
Prior to joining the Bar, Meghan worked for the National Centre for Domestic Violence, volunteered as an Appropriate Adult at the police station and supported children with Attachment Disorder to develop emotionally and educationally. Meghan’s experience of managing vulnerable individuals means she is able to successfully build a rapport with clients to enable them to feel at ease. Meghan therefore has a particular interest in assisting vulnerable clients to navigate the legal system and to ensure their case is properly put forward.
Meghan now specialises in Children Law both Public and Private Law.
In Public law, Meghan represents both parents and Guardian’s and has attended the High Court on urgent applications.
She regularly accepts instructions from parents in private law disputes involving a wide range of issues varying from allegations of serious domestic violence, sexual abuse, substance misuse and parental alienation.
- Public Law
- Private Children
- Family Law Act Injunction
- City Law School – Bar Professional Training Course, London 2017
- University of Kent – LLB (Hons), Canterbury 2016
- Stephen Seabrooke Memorial Prize for excellence in advocacy
- Family Law Bar Association (FLBA)
Outside of Chambers, Meghan enjoys spending time on her farm, going to the theatre and trying to improve her terrible cooking skills!
This set comes recommended for its members' expertise in children and matrimonial finance matters. The children cases range across both public and private law work, and include those concerning non-accidental injury, sexual abuse and fabricated illness. On the financial side, the set's barristers demonstrate the ability to act in substantial financial remedies cases as well as Schedule 1 and TOLATA matters.~ Chambers UK Bar Guide 2020
Specialising in matrimonial finance and children matters. Members appear in the regional courts as well as the High Court and the Court of Appeal. They often act in financial remedy proceedings relating to farms, companies, properties and other assets. In addition they are adept at dealing with serious child care allegations including physical abuse and death.~ Chambers UK Bar Guide 2019