Parklane Plowden grows family team as barrister accepts offer of tenancy

Parklane Plowden grows family team as barrister accepts offer of tenancy

Leeds- and Newcastle-based Parklane Plowden Chambers has announced that a new barrister has accepted an offer of tenancy after successfully completing their pupillage. 

Harriet Stacey (pictured) has joined Parklane Plowden as a tenant having initially been called in 2021 and will sit within the family practice area. 

A specialist in family law with a particular focus on finance, Stacey commenced her specialist family finance pupillage in April 2021 under the supervision of Parklane Plowden’s Elizabeth Darlington and Julia Nelson. 

She has gained experience in complex and high-net-worth financial remedies work, including pre- and post-nuptial agreements, and the non-disclosure of assets. 

Prior to her pupillage, Stacey worked as judicial assistant to at the High Court (Family Division). During this time, she gained experience across a broad range of family and Court of Protection work through providing research, reviewing the merits of applications to appeal, and drafting judgments. 

Commenting on her acceptance of tenancy, Stacey said: “Parklane Plowden has a fantastic reputation as a progressive chambers, with a family law practice renowned for its outstanding expertise.” 

“Following the completion of my pupillage, I look forward to helping further develop and strengthen the family team’s expertise as a tenant to help our existing and future clients.” 

Parklane Plowden’s senior practice director to the family team, Mark Williams, said: “I am very pleased Harriet has accepted the offer of tenancy with chambers.” 

“Throughout her pupillage, she has been able to gain experience within family finance which will only benefit the set and our clients across the North Eastern Circuit and beyond.” 

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