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Emily Davies

Emily’s practice divides between personal injury and property work. She undertakes work in all aspects of personal Injury work for both Claimants and Defendants. Her property practice covers a full range of work with a particular focus on residential property and disputes as to beneficial interests in property and other interests in land.

Emily is regularly instructed in costs related matters.

Further information

Qualifications

  • Queen Mother’s scholarship and Blackstone Entrance Exhibition, Middle Temple 1999
  • LLB Law with French, Cardiff University, 1st class honours
  • Diplome d’Etude Juridiques, Universite de Poitiers, France

Languages

  • French / English bilingual

Memberships

  • PIBA
  • SHLA
  • FLBA

Background

Emily worked for the North Wales Tribunal of Inquiry into Child Abuse chaired by Sir Ronald Waterhouse prior to undertaking her training.

Pro Bono – On Thursdays she provides advice on matters of landlord and tenant to French speakers in London through an organisation called Consultations Gratuites.

Interests

France and its fantastic cuisine. The mountains, skiing and snowboarding. Tennis and many other outdoor activities.

Emily undertakes work for Claimants and Defendants in all areas of personal injury work including workplace claims, public liability, road traffic accidents, accidents suffered abroad, fatal accidents, occupier’s liability claims, highways agencies’ claims and has a particular interest in claims arising out of tenancies and housing disrepair.

Emily regularly advises on insurance / indemnity issues involving the Road Traffic Act 1988, the Uninsured Drivers Agreement, the MIB and European legislation.

Emily has considerable experience in credit hire litigation.

*This barrister is authorised to practice in England & Wales. Click here to search on the Bar Standards Board Barristers’ Register.

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