Siân joined Chambers in October 2018 and is building a practice in all of Chambers core areas. She has a particular interest in public law, and since joining Chambers she has had the opportunity to be involved in a wide range of cases including a challenge brought under the Equality Act 2010 at the Court of Appeal level and the high profile challenge to the ‘Right to Rent’ scheme. She also has a strong interest in the academic aspects of public law and has published articles commenting on current issues; most recently she has been awarded the Michael Beloff Essay Prize for her contribution on the subject interplay between Parliamentary sovereignty and the Human Rights Act 1998.
Prior to coming to the Bar Siân worked for consultancy Metro Dynamics on a wide range of local and national governance issues, with a particular interest in the restructuring of local government and devolution of power. She has also spent time as a judicial assistant in the Court of Appeal.
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