Fiona is developing a broad practice across all of Chambers’ practice areas. She has appeared, unled, in the High Court and the County Courts.
In 2021 to 2022, Fiona was seconded to the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. She gained experience with advising on public, international, information, procurement and commercial law and litigation. In addition, Fiona is on the Attorney General’s Junior Junior panel and has advised a range of government departments and agencies. For example, she recently advised on powers to make secondary legislation, where the powers were contained in a retained EU regulation.
Before coming to the Bar, Fiona worked as a research assistant on the automated vehicles project at the Law Commission. She has first-class undergraduate and masters degrees from the University of Cambridge. Alongside her full-time practice, Fiona teaches public law at the University of Cambridge.Privacy notice