Chloe joined Chambers in September 2017 upon the successful completion of her pupillage. Her pupil supervisors were Daniel Dovar, Tim Polli and Mark Loveday. During pupillage Chloe gained a wide experience of Chambers’ main practice areas including commercial and residential property, landlord and tenant, commercial litigation and probate and trusts.
During her second six, Chloe was instructed in a number of cases in her own right and she is currently developing a broad property practice. In addition to property matters, Chloe has also been instructed in a number of contentious and non-contentious probate matters and matters involving company disputes. Since becoming a tenant, as well as continuing to accept instructions in her own right, she been instructed as a junior on a number of upcoming cases involving multiple parties and as a junior on an appeal to the Court of Appeal.
Chloe obtained a first class degree from Durham University, obtained a Distinction on the GDL and was graded Very Competent in her BPTC at City Law School. She is also a Lord Denning scholar at Lincoln’s Inn and recipient of the Hardwicke Entrance Award.