Naomi joins Queen Square as a third-six pupil under the supervision of Mark Williams, having successfully completed pupillage at a London common law set where she gained experience across criminal, civil and family law. Between completing her undergraduate studies and commencing her legal training, Naomi taught maths in a Bristol secondary school, an experience which developed her organisational abilities as well as building the foundation for her skills in client care. Naomi accepts instructions across multiple practice areas, covering crime, personal injury, employment, general civil/commercial and family law.
2018: Accredited Civil and Commercial Mediator (ADR Group)
2017–2018: Bar Professional Training Course – Outstanding (University of the West of England)
2016–2017: Graduate Diploma in Law – Distinction (University of the West of England)
2010–2013: BA English Language and Literature – First Class (The Queen’s College, Oxford)
Scholarships and prizes
Ann Felicity Goddard Pupillage Scholarship (2019)
The Bristol Law School prize for the highest overall mark in the Bar Professional Training Course and highest mark in the modules of Civil Advocacy, Cross-examination (joint), Criminal Law and Examination-in-Chief (2018)
Lord Justice Holker BPTC Scholarship (2018)
The Bristol Law School prize for the highest overall mark in the Graduate Diploma in Law (2016)
Gray’s Inn CPE scholarship (2017)
The Queen’s College Laming Scholarship (2011-2013)
Outside work, Naomi is a keen runner who trains with her local club and competes across a range of distances from 5k to ultra-marathon. She also enjoys road cycling, bouldering and walking her dog.