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Emma is a senior practitioner having been called to the bar in 2004.

Family law:

Emma is a Private Family Law practitioner who covers all private law applications.

She represents parents, extended family and children’s Guardians.

Civil law:

Emma receives instructions in both Fast-Track and Multi-Track personal injury actions, combining professional service with a friendly and approachable manner. Emma is noted for her sensitive approach to clients, which is particularly evident in cases involving injuries of a delicate nature such as scarring and psychological injury.

Emma has extensive experience of acting in cases involving children as well as adults and claimant and defendant firms both consider her a go to person for matters involving infants.

Personal Injury:

Emma  accepts instructions to advise, settle pleadings and takes a particular interest in cases involving valuation of injuries such as scarring and psychological trauma.

Infant approval is a key part of her workload and she expects to turn instructions  around in less than 5 working days. She can advise on urgent basis if requested.

Other Experience:

Prior to specialising Emma has represented in jury trials for offences up to and including murder. She has acted for the Equal Opportunities Commission on a pro-bono basis and has acted in a number of inquests.

Memberships/Professional Qualifications

2004 called to the Bar by the Inner Temple, London

Manchester Metropolitan University (LLB, Hons – First Class)
Winner of the Blackstones Prize for best degree in her year Manchester Met University
Fielden Park College, West Didsbury
Brookway High School, Wythenshawe

Personal Information

Emma is a mother of five children and coaches minis rugby at her local rugby club where she has recently been appointed captain of the women’s team.