Juliet’s financial remedy practice includes both big and small money cases. She has particular experience dealing with cases involving an international dimension, often with an element of non-disclosure by one of the parties. Her private law children act practice covers domestic and international relocation, Schedule 1 provision, and those with intractable contact disputes.
Juliet specialises in dealing with complex financial remedy cases. She was junior counsel in the Privy Council case of Scatliffe v Scatliffe  UKPC 36, a leading authority on the correct interpretation and treatment of “non matrimonial assets”.
She been involved in a number of reported cases involving alleged, serious non-disclosure, including D v D  EWHC 1393 (Fam) and M v M  1 FLR 439, which was at the time the largest financial remedy award ever made following contested proceedings.
Juliet is interested in those cases which involve a foreign element, specifically under Part III (MFPA 1984). Reported cases include M v M  EWHC 2817 (Fam).
Juliet’s private law children practice is wide-ranging. Recent cases of note include successfully representing a father in his application (against the mother) for a change of residence, and successfully representing the maternal aunt and grandparents in their combined applications for a change of residence and leave to remove from the UK to Germany.
Reputation & Awards
‘Juliet is a hit with every client, meticulously prepared, constructive but tough when required.’Legal 500, 2021
‘ A master of the detail, who impresses the judge at every turn. ’ – Legal 500, 2022
“A thorough, polished, personable and articulate barrister. Her presentation of cases is very assured.” “She grasps difficult issues very quickly and gives great advice.” – Chambers & Partners, 2021
‘Juliet is a hit with every client, meticulously prepared, constructive but tough when required.’ – Legal 500, 2021
“She’s very diligent, really good with clients and has a great manner. She is really well prepared, empathetic and polished in her delivery.” – Chambers & Partners, 2018
‘Can I thank you so much for your efforts last week. As ever you were great’. – Partner, Top Tier Family Law Firm, 2017
‘The outcome is truly incredible…Your approach and how you represented us in the courtroom was truly impressive’. – Lay Client, 2017
‘Thank you so much for being my barrister yesterday and doing such a sterling job of it…You inspired confidence while I was feeling unsteady and I really appreciate your hard work and preparation’ – Lay Client, 2017
Awards and Scholarships
Lincoln’s Inn Scholarships: Shelford Scholarship, The Mary MacMurray Scholarship, Hardwick Scholar.
- Bar Vocational Course, City University
- LLB (Law with Study in Continental Europe), The University of Bristol
- Official Diploma in Spanish Law, The University of Barcelona
- Called to the Bar of the British Virgin Islands in 2011
- Family Law Bar Association
- Bar Pro Bono Unit
- Spanish – advanced
- French – rusty A-level standard
- Co-author of The Detection and Preservation of Assets in Financial Remedy Claims, published by Lexis Nexis in 2014
- New Territory: Interim periodical payments in the post-Agbaje era – New Law Journal, Vol 161, No 7455
- The magnetic importance of a prenup in the paradigm case, Crossley v Crossley – Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, Vol 30, Issue 3, 08
- Regular contributor to Family Law Week, writing case summaries and articles.
Juliet is a keen sportswoman. She enjoys swimming, skiing and has played hockey at international level.