Barrister, 39 Essex Chambers
Stephanie has an expanding practice across several of Chambers’ specialisms: planning and environmental law; public law and human rights (particularly in Court of Protection and health-related matters); commercial and construction; and clinical negligence and civil liability. She also has an interest in sports law and is developing a practice in the area.
Stephanie frequently appears in court (including the Court of Protection and various tribunals) and regularly undertakes pleading and advisory work.
Stephanie is currently junior counsel to William Norris QC, advising a client on various matters arising out of the Grenfell Inquiry.
Before coming to the Bar, Stephanie worked for two years at top tier law firm, Leigh Day, on discrimination claims brought by judges in relation to their pension entitlement (McCloud & Oths v (1) The Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice (2) Ministry of Justice (2016)) and the litigation on behalf of Mr O’Brien)
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