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Emily Reed

Year of call:
2013
Education:
2011
Selwyn College, Cambridge, BA (Hons) English (Double First)
2012
BPP Law School, Leeds, GDL (Distinction)
2013
BPP Law School, Leeds, BPTC (Outstanding)
2014
Selwyn College, Cambridge, MA
Career:
2013
Pupil at No 6, Leeds
2014
Tenant at No 6
2015
No 6 becomes Park Square Barristers
Memberships:
Family Law Bar Association
North Eastern Circuit
Awards:
2010
Corfield Scholarship for Academic Excellence (Selwyn College) Sanders Prize for Academic Excellence in the study of English (Selwyn College) Imber-Lloyd Scholarship for Academic Excellence (Tallow Chandlers' Company)
2011
Cohen Scholarship (BPP) Lord Bowen Scholarship (Lincoln's Inn)
2012
Lord Denning Scholarship (Lincoln's Inn)
2013
Buchanan Prize (Lincoln's Inn)
2013
Family Law Prize (BPP)
2013
Property & Chancery Prize (BPP)

Emily Reed has a developing family finance practice, including financial remedies and Trusts of Land Act 1996 (TLATA) applications. She appears regularly in the full range of hearings, including financial dispute resolution hearings and final hearings.

She has an in depth knowledge of trusts law, which assists with dealing with the complex ToLATA issues that often arise in financial remedies proceedings. From her practice she has also developed a good working knowledge of the benefits system, and is skilled in advising in matters where parties are on low incomes.

Approach

Emily is known for her detailed and persuasive written and oral advocacy. Emily is an approachable but tenacious advocate and negotiator, and has a strong track record at achieving good results for her clients in financial remedy proceedings.

She is keen to develop her practice in this area of work and is happy to accept instructions and to advise at all stages of proceedings.

Public Access

Emily may accept Public Access work, where she can be instructed directly by a member of the public rather than a solicitor.

Contact Emily’s clerks

Claudine Cooper on 0113 202 8604

Paul Foster on 0113 213 5209