Nia Frobisher has a mixed common law practice, undertaking the breadth of chambers work.
She joined chambers in October 2018 after successful completion of pupillage.
Nia’s regular appearance in court for both Claimants and Defendants/Respondents, in a wide range of disciplines, has made her an adaptable and confident advocate. As well as enjoying a busy court practice, Nia frequently advises on quantum and liability and is well versed in drafting pleadings. She has a confident and analytical approach, which she combines with an easy and approachable manner with clients.
Nia undertook her pupillage under the supervision of Jeffrey Jupp, Anwar Nashashibi, Jonathan Bertram and Anita Guha. Prior to commencing pupillage, Nia was employed as a paralegal at Stewarts LLP supporting a senior partner in the personal injury department. She studied Law at King’s College London and was called to the Bar in 2016 as a Scholar of the Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn, graded ‘Outstanding’ on completion of her BPTC. Nia was awarded both the Prince of Wales Scholarship and Residential Scholarship by her Inn.
Nia has previously volunteered for Action Against Medical Accidents and SNAP Cymru. She is a fluent Welsh speaker and welcomes instructions in Wales as well as England.
Nia has developed experience in a broad range of injury work both during pupillage and in her own practice. She frequently appears in Fast Track Trials in the County Court and has also been instructed in interim hearings in the High Court. She has experience in a range of highways’, road traffic, employers’, occupiers’ and product liability matters. Nia also has a busy paperwork practice and advises on liability, evidence and quantum in both personal injury and clinical negligence claims.
Prior to commencing pupillage, 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 high value cases with both personal injury and clinical negligence elements.
Nia has previously volunteered for Action Against Medical Accidents and SNAP Cymru. Particularly, through her work with SNAP Cymru, Nia has developed a detailed understanding of working with children and young people with additional learning needs and disabilities.
Nia has advised and represented at court in various commercial matters, for both individuals and companies. She has undertaken matters involving contract disputes, debt collection and insolvency. She represents both Claimants and Defendants and is frequently instructed on behalf of universities. Nia is keen to develop her practice involving contract disputes. Nia also enjoys injury work with a commercial element.
Nia is keen to develop this area of practice. She has undertaken modules in professional discipline and regulatory law whilst studying, and was able to see the area in practice whilst supervised by Jeffrey Jupp. She has a particular interest in GMC and NMC work.
Nia undertakes both public and private children work. She has been instructed to represent mothers, fathers, local authorities and guardians. Nia also represents the police in disclosure matters involving family proceedings, including applications where Public Interest Immunity is asserted.
Nia prosecutes and defends in the Crown Court. She has recently been led by Adrian Langdale on a 4 week, high value, conspiracy to supply drugs trial. She undertook the criminal portion of her pupillage under the supervision of Anwar Nashashibi.
Nia is keen to develop her practice in this area. She has previously represented the family at an inquest involving potential medical negligence.
Nia is currently instructed by the Met Police in the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA).
Nia undertook pupillage under the supervision of Jeffrey Jupp and observed a wide variety of employment work. She has previously represented clients in employment claims against the NHS, involving allegations of discrimination and unfair dismissal. She has also appeared before the Employment Tribunal on a number of interim matters.
Nia accepts instructions in respect of both welfare and property and affairs matters in the Court of Protection and is keen to develop her practice in this area. She has been involved in a number of injury claims where the court of protection has had involvement and believes this experience will assist her in future court of protection work. She has experience acting for protected parties and local authorities in the other areas of her work.
Nia has a particular interest in mental health law, having volunteered for many years for a charity dealing with children and young people with learning difficulties.
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