Jennifer completed her pupillage in Business & Property and Housing in December 2023. Her supervisor was Paul Whatley, the Head of Housing.
During her first six, Jennifer observed a wide variety of cases in the County Court, First Tier Property Tribunal and mediation. These included commercial and residential possession, contractual disputes, disrepair, antisocial behaviour injunctions, HMO licencing and Inheritance Act claims.
During her second six, Jennifer undertook a wide variety of drafting and advocacy work including applications, small claims and fast track trials. In Housing, this included possession, anti-social behaviour, disrepair and Environmental Protection Act claims. In Business and Property, this included contractual disputes, tenancy deposits, money claims and TOLATA disputes.
Immediately prior to pupillage, Jennifer worked in commercial property and asset management. She previously worked for a housing charity. She also gained insight into the justice system through working as a judicial assistant to a Circuit Judge.
Having enjoyed a previous career as a classical musician, in her spare time Jennifer still enjoys music, as well as hillwalking and playing hockey.
The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple
LLM in Bar Practice (University of Law) Distinction
Graduate Diploma in Law (BPP University) Commendation
BPP University Cohen Excellence Award
BPP University Career Guarantee Scholarship
Middle Temple Jules Thorn Scholarship