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Beth has joined Chambers after studying her BPTC part-time at the University of Law in Birmingham. Prior to this, she completed her law degree at the University of Birmingham.
Alongside her studies, Beth worked as a paralegal at Shoosmiths LLP in the Court of Protection team and volunteered as a Childline Counsellor. Beth also provided pro bono representation in the First Tier Tribunal and written advice in private family law disputes through the University of Law Legal Advice Centre.
Awards & Scholarships
Winner of the University of Law Plea in Mitigation Competition, 2021
Frank Quickfall Scholarship, Gray’s Inn, 2020
University of Law ADR Essay Competition: “Why Ticking the Box Isn’t Enough – Family Mediation Post-Covid” 2nd place, 2020
Winner of the University of Law Negligence Moot, 2019
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