Chloë joined 15 Winckley Square’s family team in January 2024, having been a tenant at Chambers in Manchester and Liverpool previously. Chloë is a proud Cumbrian and has a thriving practice across the Northern Circuit.

Her main areas of practice are Children and matrimonial finance work.

Chloë is regularly instructed in private law children matters and public law proceedings,  and can represent any of the parties in such matters.

Before coming to the Bar, Chloë was the Operations Manager of her family’s group of dental practices in Cumbria, Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Yorkshire.  Before being involved in dentistry, Chloë worked on international technology projects for MBNA Europe Bank Limited.

Chloë’s experience within dentistry and banking gives her empathy balanced with pragmatism.

Chloë is noted for an ability to put people at ease, particularly young, vulnerable or anxious clients.  She is also noted to be able get to grips with complex matters quickly.


LLM Legal Practice (Barristers) Distinction – BPP Manchester – 2019

LLB (Hons) First Class – University of Cumbria – 2018

Accredited Civil and Commercial Mediator sitting on the panel of ADR ODR International

Advocacy and The Vulnerable (Family)


University of Cumbria Academic Excellence Award – Land Law – 2017

University of Cumbria Best Contribution to Law Degree Programme – 2016 and 2017

University of Cumbria Academic Excellence Award – Family Law – 2018

University of Cumbria Academic Excellence Award – Company Law – 2018

Weightmans LLB Law Student of the Year Award 2018

Areas of Expertise

Family Law

Areas of Practice

Private Law, Public Law, Financial Remedy

Reported Cases

Re C [2022] EWFC 138

Cumbria County Council v A Mother & Ors [2022] EWFC 196


Legal 500 Rising Star – 2024

“Chloë’s handling of matters is beyond exceptional as she is sensible, child-focused and incredibly considered in her approach.

Her advocacy is absolutely outstanding, her preparation is meticulous, her questioning is thorough and exposing and the respect she commands in the court room is palpable”