Talia is developing a wide-ranging practice in all of Chambers’ main practice areas, including commercial disputes and international arbitration.
From October to December 2021, Talia undertook a part-time secondment with the Financial Conduct Authority, where she provided advice to FCA staff on a range of regulatory issues related to investments, insurance and redress.
Before joining Chambers, she worked at UN Women in New York, where she spent time in the Executive Director’s speechwriting team and the rule of law policy division. Talia has also worked as a paralegal at a law firm specialising in education and disability law and undertaken written and oral advocacy as a Tribunal Support Volunteer for IPSEA.
Talia has an undergraduate degree in History and an MPhil 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.Privacy notice