Mollie has successfully completed her pupillage under the supervision of Huw Lippiatt and Lucy Brown. Mollie is accepting instructions in a variety of matters in criminal law.
Mollie has prosecuted and defended in both the Magistrates Court and Crown Court. In the Crown Court, Mollie has acted in appeals and defended in a committal for sentence and Probation breaches. Mollie has started to build a reputation in her defence practice. Her attention to detail and thorough case preparation has secured acquittals including in a successful run of self-defence against a charge of assault, a case involving a domestic assault and intentional strangulation, and most recently, an attempted burglary. She has represented vulnerable clients with various mental health issues and her personable approach means she is able to form rapports with her lay clients quickly. Mollie has also represented the police in an application for the variation of a Sexual Harm Prevention Order. Mollie has established strong relationships with instructing solicitors and received positive feedback from professional and lay clients.
Mollie is keen to continue to develop a successful and busy practice in a wealth of criminal matters
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Mollie has successfully completed her pupillage under the supervision of Huw Lippiatt and Lucy Brown. Mollie is accepting instructions in a variety of matters in criminal and family law.
Mollie has frequently represented parents in private law proceedings. At the start of second six, she represented a Mother in a successful application for the immediate return of her child. Recently, Mollie acted in an ongoing case where early final orders were made in favour of her lay client, in a case involving allegations of domestic abuse. She is able to console clients in highly emotional situations owing to her sensitive and approachable manner. Mollie has received positive feedback from professional clients and members of the judiciary for her handling of cases. Mollie regularly acts in proceedings involving applications for Non-Molestation Orders, and recently she successfully invited the court to dismiss proceedings against both of her lay clients.
Mollie has represented the Local Authority in public law cases involving the successful discharge of Care Orders and in proceedings involving care plans for Adoption and Placement Orders.
Mollie is keen to continue to develop a successful and busy practice in a wealth of family matters in both private and public law.
Contact Mollie’s clerks
Claudine Cooper on 0113 202 8604
Paul Foster on 0113 213 5209
Arnela Siranovic on 0113 213 5212