Angharad became a Garden Court Chambers tenant in October 2020 and is seeking to build a practice in housing, community care, and wider public law.
Angharad commenced pupillage at Garden Court in October 2019, and was supervised by housing law barrister Liz Davies (1st six) and criminal defence barrister Minka Braun (2nd six).
Before commencing pupillage Angharad was employed by the Hackney Community Law Centre as a housing paralegal. She has experience of the full range of housing work, including homelessness, possession and disrepair, in addition to accommodation related aspects of community care law.
Angharad has spoken at Garden Court Chambers webinars including 'Locked Down and Shut Out: Evictions and rough sleeping this winter' which looked at the law concerning the eviction process and rough sleeping.
Before commencing pupillage Angharad was employed by the Hackney Community Law Centre as a housing paralegal.
Angharad also has an extensive background working with migrant projects in London, in particular the Hackney Migrant Centre and the Islington Unity Project (a project dedicated to assisting clients with applications to remove “no recourse to public funds” conditions from their leave to remain). She provided specialist advice in this context, helping clients navigate housing problems linked to complex immigration issues.
Training and Seminars
GDL and BPTC Scholarships, City Law School
Inner Temple Exhibition Awards (GDL and BPTC)
Inner Temple Horace Avory Scholarship
Inner Temple Duke of Edinburgh Entrance Award
Oxford Graduate Scholarship (Mst English Literature)
BA Hons English Language and Literature, University College London (2014)
MSt English Literature (1700-1830), Oxford University (2015)
GDL, City University London (2016)
BPTC, City University London (2017)
Housing Law Practitioners Association (HLPA)