Libby joined Chambers in 2019 after completing her Spanish translation degree at Westminster University.
Before joining chambers, she worked as a function coordinator for an events company.
Libby provides operational support to our Barristers, including diary management, putting together bundles and assisting the other clerks.
Outside of work, Libby enjoys spending time with her friends, traveling and watching films.
How much of the written material placed before the court in a civil action should be accessible to people who are not parties to the proceedings?
“There is nothing wrong with a shortcut, provided you don’t get lost.” Unfortunately, in this instance, the first instance judge erred in taking too many.