Florence is developing a broad practice in all areas of private family law. She joined chambers in October 2019 having completed her pupillage under the supervision of Nicholas Wilkinson, Rachel Spicer and Christian Kenny. During pupillage, she assisted on complex financial remedy and private children law matters.
Prior to coming to the Bar, Florence was employed by both The London School of Economics and Queen Mary University as a Teaching Fellow in Family Law. She now regularly writes articles for a family law website.
On completing her undergraduate degree Florence worked as a campaign coordinator for the 2015 election campaign. Alongside her studies she taught family law to undergraduates and volunteered for legal charities, including the National Centre for Domestic Violence where she provided support to victims of domestic violence.
Florence spent a year living and studying in Madrid and has a good command of Spanish.
LLB Law with Hispanic Law, UCL (2010 –2014)
Family Law Prize for the highest mark in family law at undergraduate, UCL (2014)
LLM Family Law, UCL (2015 – 2016)
Lord Denning Scholarship, Lincoln’s Inn (2016)
BPTC, City Law School (2016 – 2017)
Before starting pupillage, Florence spent 6 months travelling throughout Central and South America - a part of the world that she hopes to be able to explore further in the future.