Rebecca Carew Pole


"Highly conscientious and committed and someone who always delivers an excellent client service. Rebecca is a barrister who manages to not only provide excellent legal advice, but who also demonstrates the important holistic approach needed in the family law arena."

Chambers and Partners 2019


Rebecca is a leading senior junior specialising in complex financial remedies disputes.

Rebecca has been described as a “punchy, no-holds barred advocate with razor sharp intelligence” [Legal 500]. People say, “her opponents are so scared of her because the judges really listen to what she’s got to say”.


Financial Remedies

S v J & ors [2016] EWHC 586 (Fam)

MA v SK & S Investments [2015] EWHC 887 (Fam)

Abuchian v Khojah  [2014] EWHC 3411 (Fam)

Re G (Leave to Remove) [2007] EWCA Civ 1497

C v C (Costs: Leave to Appeal) [2006] EWHC 624 (Fam)

C v C (Privilege) [2006] EWHC 336 (Fam)

Re G (Maintenance Pending Suit) EWHC 1834 (Fam)

C v C (Without Notice Orders) [2005] EWHC 2741 (Fam)

K v K (Financial Relief: Management of Difficult Cases) [2005] EWHC 1070 (Fam)

Al-Khatib v Masry [2004] EWCA Civ 1353


Child’s Pay (3rd Edition)


Family Law Bar Association


  • University of Bristol LLB (Hons)
  • Inner Temple Major Scholarship
  • Inner Temple Duke of Edinburgh Scholarship
  • Inns of Court Pegasus Scholarship


Legal 500: “Her bedside manner is matched by an equally impressive command of the law.”

‘A silk in the making.’

Chambers & Partners: “She has a measured, calm approach, which is appreciated by clients. Her knowledge of the law is fantastic and her performance in court is polished and impressive.”

"She manages to take a lot of academic legal knowledge and distil it in a way that is digestible for clients. She's very reliable, very committed, very good and very well prepared." Chambers & Partners 2018

Married with three children.