AREAS OF EXPERTISE:
Chelsea joined Chambers in 2016 on successful completion of pupillage. Chelsea is developing a practice in commercial and chancery litigation and welcomes instructions in the fields of insolvency (both corporate and personal), company, commercial disputes and property matters.
With regular appearances in the County Court and High Court conducting applications, CCMCs and trials, Chelsea has a broad range of advocacy experience. She is also often instructed in a range of advisory and drafting work.
Chelsea is down to earth and user friendly, and aims to provide a practical and professional service that is tailored to her clients’ individual needs.
Year of Call: 2014
Chelsea is regularly instructed to represent clients in the County Court and High Court (small claims, fast track and multi-track). She is experienced in contractual disputes of all kinds, debt recovery, guarantees, sale and supply of goods and services, interim remedies (including summary judgment and applications for security for costs) and procedural aspects of the CPR.
Chelsea has a wide-ranging insolvency/company practice. Her experience includes advisory and drafting work and advocacy on a variety of different matters including:
Chelsea regularly undertakes work relating to property disputes, including:
Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn
Northern Circuit Commercial Bar Association
Northern Chancery Bar Association
LL.B Hons, First Class (University of Durham) (2010-2013)
BPTC, Very Competent (BPP Law School Manchester) (2013-2014)
Hardwicke Scholarship, Lincoln’s Inn (2013)
Cholmeley Scholarship, Lincoln’s Inn (2015)
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