Megan started pupillage in October 2019 under the supervision of Patrick Kerr. She is currently being supervised by Charlotte Reynolds and is able to take instructions from 1st April 2020.
Prior to pupillage Megan worked in the clinical negligence department of a London law firm. Her work there involved assessing the merits of potential claims, drafting witness statements and schedules of loss and attending conferences and hearings. Megan is keen to take instructions in clinical negligence matters in chambers.
Megan also worked at another London law firm before pupillage, seeking injunctive relief for victims of domestic abuse. She managed her own caseload, held conferences with clients to draft sensitive witness statements and represented them in court. Megan is interested in building on her experience of sensitive areas of law through chambers’ abuse practice, having assisted on a high court sexual abuse trial during pupillage.
Whilst under the supervision of Patrick Kerr, Megan gained experience in all aspects of claimant mesothelioma work and is keen to incorporate this into her own practice. She also worked on a number of claimant and defendant clinical negligence matters, drafting pleadings and advices on both liability and quantum issues.
Megan is currently being supervised by Charlotte Reynolds with whom she continues to build her experience in clinical negligence but also personal injury law more generally for both claimants and defendants.
Megan maintains a broad interest in all aspects of chambers’ work but in particular clinical negligence, industrial disease and sexual abuse claims.