2nd Six Pupil
Chloe joined Chambers in September 2019.
Chloe studied Law at the University of Liverpool where she received a scholarship for outstanding contributions to the life of the law school. During her studies, Chloe volunteered for the Personal Support Unit, Citizen’s Advice Bureau and interned on the EU Children’s Rights Judgments Project. She then went on to undertake the BPTC at BPP Manchester where she continued her pro-bono work by setting up a Children’s Rights Advocacy Group. This was an initiative to tackle the issue of prejudicial school exclusions.
Prior to commencing pupillage, Chloe worked as a Legal Assistant to a London based QC where she managed a busy direct access practice. She then spent a year as a Justice First Fellow Caseworker at Advocate working predominantly on family and employment cases.
As part of Chloe’s fellowship, she created a podcast aimed at helping demystify Family Justice for those who come in to contact with it.
You can view Chloe's Justice First Fellowship profile here: https://jff.thelegaleducationfoundation.org/fellow/chloe-lee/
Justice First Fellowship
Young Legal Aid Lawyers
Legal Action Group
Family Law Bar Association
Advocate (Formerly the Bar Pro Bono Unit)
Voices of Family Law Podcast - available from iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/voices-of-family-law/id1455731735?mt=2
Mandarin Chinese – South China University of Technology – HSK Level 3 – 2014
LLB (Law) Hons - The University of Liverpool – First Class Honours - 2016
Bar Professional Training Course - BPP Law School Manchester- 2017
Chloe enjoys cooking for friends and family, going to concerts and the theatre and likes to run and scuba dive.