Nia joined 7BR after the successful completion of her pupillage in October 2018.
She accepts instructions in all areas of Chambers’ practice. She is regularly in the County Court conducting fast-track trials and other civil hearings. She has recently appeared before the High Court responding to an interim application in a high value clinical negligence claim. Nia has also appeared in the High Court representing the police in family cases and regularly undertakes both private and public family work. During her second six Nia was instructed in a three-day employment law hearing representing a Claimant in her discrimination and unfair dismissal claim against an NHS Trust; she regularly appears before the Employment Tribunal. In addition, Nia prosecutes and defends in the Crown Court.
Before joining 7BR, Nia studied Law at Kings College London. As a member of the Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn, Nia was awarded the Prince of Wales Scholarship and a Residential Scholarship. She completed her Bar Professional Training Course at BPP University (graded Outstanding) and was called to the bar in 2016.
Following her studies, Nia was employed as a paralegal at Stewarts LLP supporting a senior partner in the personal injury department. Working closely with her team, she engaged in complex multi-million pound cases with both personal injury and clinical negligence elements.
Nia has also volunteered for Action Against Medical Accidents and SNAP Cymru.
Nia is a fluent Welsh speaker.
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