Talia has a busy practice spanning all of Chambers’ areas of work, with a particular interest in commercial litigation and arbitration and international and public law. She has appeared in the High Court and the Court of Appeal and acts for clients across business and the public sector.
Recently, Talia spent six months on secondment at the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.
Before joining Chambers, Talia worked at UN Women in New York, where her work focused on women’s access to justice and the rule of law. Talia also worked as a paralegal for a law firm specialising in education and disability law and undertook her own advocacy as a Tribunal Support Volunteer at the Independent Provider of Special Education Advice (IPSEA).
Talia has an undergraduate degree in History and a Masters in International Relations and Politics from the University of Cambridge. She completed the GDL (placing first in her year) and the BPTC at BPP Law School in London.Privacy notice