Practice Areas


Inner Temple: Exhibition Scholarship, Allan Levy Award and Duke of Edinburgh Entrance Award (2020)
University of Law: Advocacy Scholarship (2020)
King’s College, London: Dickson Poon Scholarship (2015 – 2019)


Year of Call: 2021


King’s College, London: English Law and German Law LL.B, First Class Honours (2019)

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin: Europäisches Recht und Rechtsvergleich LL.M, Merit (2018)

The University of Law: Bar Practice Course, Very Competent (2021)


German (intermediate level)


Kitty accepts instructions in all areas of family law, having joined Chambers as a tenant in October 2022 following the successful completion of pupillage at 4PB.

During the course of pupillage, Kitty was supervised by Nicholas Fairbank, Michael Gration KC and Joanne Porter.

Kitty has experience across the broad spectrum of family law, appearing regularly in the High Court, Family Court and before the Magistrates alike. She represents a wide range of clients, including Local Authorities, parents, children, and separated couples within care proceedings, private law children matters, Family Law Act proceedings, international children cases and financial remedies proceedings.

Kitty has a particular interest in international children law, having worked closely with Michael Gration KC during pupillage. She has appeared in the High Court on several occasions in respect of urgent applications within international children cases, and frequently represents parents under Article 21 of the 1980 Hague Convention.

Outside of her court-based work, Kitty has previously volunteered to train expert witnesses at the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, and is a Bridging the Bar Mentor as of October 2022.

Prior to commencing pupillage, Kitty worked as a family law paralegal at Bindmans LLP, predominantly assisting with public law children, private law children and international child abduction cases. She also volunteered within the legal departments of several charities including the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants, Marie Curie and Advocate (formerly the Bar Pro Bono Unit).

Before working as a paralegal, Kitty studied at both King’s College, London and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, as a Dickson Poon Scholar of Law. Alongside her studies, she participated in several mooting competitions whilst at King’s and was an Advocacy Scholar and member of the Advocacy Committee at the University of Law.

In her spare time, Kitty enjoys running, yoga and playing the flute.

Professional Memberships

Honourable Society of Inner Temple

Family Law Bar Association

Young Legal Aid Lawyers