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Courtney joined Chambers in 2020 following the successful completion of her pupillage.
She accepts instructions across all of Chambers’ areas within the health and business departments. Her core is practice includes Employment Law, Court of Protection, Education, travel, personal injury and industrial disease, international and commercial work.
As a barrister with disabilities herself, Courtney is particularly interested in matters relating to disabilities, including disability discrimination.
Courtney read Law at Somerville College, Oxford, where she won the prize for the highest performance in Law Moderations within her college. During her time at Somerville, she was an active member of her Junior Common Room, acting as Disabilities Officer. This involved advocating for and promoting the needs of disabled students in college and in the larger Oxford community. Courtney was also Undergraduate Representative for the Bodleian Libraries’ Disability Sub-Committee.
- Hebe Plunkett Scholar (Gray’s Inn – 2018-2019)
- Highest mark in Professional Ethics (University of Law – 2019)
- Highest mark in Law Moderations (Somerville College -2016)
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Areas of Law
- Court of Protection
- Employment & Discrimination
- Pensions & Trusts
- Personal Injury
- International Organisations
- Disciplinary & Regulatory
- Public Law
- Private Client
- International Injury & Travel
- Clinical Negligence