Eve practices in all areas of family law, including public, private children work and matrimonial finance. Eve also accepts instructions in Professional Disciplinary and Regulatory Law.
Before coming to the Bar, Eve worked as a legal officer for the largest Union and professional body for nurses. She also worked as an in house presenting officer regularly appearing before disciplinary tribunals on behalf of the regulator across a range of contested proceedings.
Family Law – Private law
Eve has a busy and diverse family law practice, with an emphasis on private law proceedings.
Eve conducts a wide variety of advocacy appearing on behalf of both parents and children (through their rule 16.4 Guardian), within private law proceedings.
Eve has experience in dealing with:
- contact disputes
- applications to vary child arrangement orders
- specific issue order applications
- prohibited steps order applications
- non-molestation order applications
- domestic abuse
- parental alienation
- allegations of physical, sexual and emotional abuse
- International and Internal Relocation applications
Eve will, where possible, endeavour to achieve continuity of counsel throughout proceedings when instructed on earlier hearings, and work alongside her instructing solicitors for lay client’s benefit.
Family- Public law
Eve represents clients in public law family work. She frequently represents parents, grandparents and guardians.
- Contested interim removal applications
- Domestic Violence
- Drug and alcohol misuse
- Sexual abuse
- Inflicted injuries
- Young parents and those with limited cognitive functioning
Eve has a developing practice and is instructed in a variety of family finance matters. She is experienced in representing wives, husbands, and interveners in the full spectrum of family finance proceedings.
Eve has experience in healthcare regulation and professional discipline and has been instructed in a wide range of cases involving clinical malpractice and professional misconduct. She has experience of cases involving sexual misconduct, child sexual abuse, substance abuse and mental ill health as well as dishonesty and lack of competence.
Eve is qualified to accept instructions on a Direct Access basis.
Outside of work Eve enjoys time with family and friends, eating out and watching rugby.