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Angela is an experienced  member of the 42BR Barristers Housing and Personal Injury/ Clinical Negligence teams.  Her practice incorporates the following areas of law:

  • Housing and Homelessness
  • Private Landlord and Tenant
  • Serious Injury and Clinical Negligence
  • Human Rights
  • Inquests
  • Court of Protection 

Angela is a popular advocate and highly regarded for clear, straightforward advice, unwavering commitment, and achieving good results. She is valued for gaining the trust and confidence of those instructing her.

“Angela’s preparation, attention to detail and approach to litigation are excellent.”

Angela undertakes both claimant and defendant work in all areas of her practice. She accepts instructions for court hearings at all stages of litigation, as well as for the drafting of pleadings, applications and witness statements.

She is particularly interested in cases that involve an overlap between different areas of her practice, including Housing and Personal Injury and Social Care and Human Rights as well as issues raised under the Equality Act 2010. Particular examples include:

  • Drafting of local authority Protocol documentation regarding young people who are homeless
  • Advising Safeguarding Children Board prior to the publication of the Safeguarding Review and during Pre-Inquest Review hearings
  • Representing local authority in the Court of Protection where a vulnerable adult was in temporary accommodation and special adaptations to a property for him were required
  • Representing and advising local authority where a family brought a claim for damages under the Human Rights Act for compensation where a child had been subject to child protection investigation


Angela represents local authorities, hospitals and security firms as Interested Persons at an Inquest.  She has also represented the families of the bereaved and helps them to probe for answers at this specialised form of inquiry.

Areas of Expertise

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Professional memberships

  • Personal Injury Bar Association
  • Property Bar Association
  • Social Housing Law Association

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