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Barrister with a practice incorporating a wide range of Chancery work, both contentious and non-contentious, primarily comprising: probate and the administration of estates, claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975, trusts and related taxation, Court of protection matters and property disputes (particularly those involving questions of trust or estoppel). She regularly appears in the Court of Protection as well as the High Court and county courts. She also has experience of litigation in the Cayman Islands. Notable cases include: Re JMA  EWCOP 19; Akyuz v Akyuz  EWHC 2726 (Fam); Graham-York v York  EWCA Civ. 72; Simon v Byford and ors  EWCA Civ 280; Pullan v Wilson  EWHC 126 (Ch); Bennett v Petit  EWHC 988 (Ch); Gorbunova v Berezovsky  EWHC 76 (Ch); JSC Aeroflot v Berezovsky  EWHC 1210 (Ch); Wood v Gorbunova  EWHC 1935 (Ch); Simon v Byford and others  EWHC 1490 (Ch); ;TWM Trust Corporation Ltd v Attorney General & ors  All ER D 139.
Qualified 1999, Middle Temple. Co-authored the 6th Ed. of ‘Partnership’ (Bloomsbury) 2020. Contributor to volume 30(1) of Atkins’ ‘Court Forms’ (2017) ‘Partnership and Firms – Insolvency and to volume 30(1), (2) and (3) of the Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents on Partnership (2018)
Chancery Bar Association; Property Bar Association; ACTAPS.
Wesley College, Dublin; University College, Oxford (1997 BA Hons Jurisprudence); University College, Oxford (1999 BCL).
Lawyer Rankings(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 4 (Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 3
Sarah Haren –5 Stone Buildings ‘Is unflappable and always well-prepared. That’s undoubtedly because she is highly intelligent and quickly able to see a forward path or a way around an obstacle. She is quietly authoritative as an advocate, capable of modulating her tone to suit her forum.’