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Year of Call: 2003


T: 020 7405 9471

Clerk: Justin Emmett

Clerk: Kenya Mendoza


Sally has expertise across all areas of real property and residential and commercial landlord and tenant. She also advises and represents clients on wills and trusts focused property-related matters, as well as dealing with professional negligence litigation arising out of property transactions.

She is confident and assured in court and on paper and is noted for her thoroughness, and her down-to-earth approach as well as her knowledge of the law and ability in court. She believes that little produces better results for a client than a rigorous and detailed analysis of the issues at an early stage. Her work is typically litigation-focused, but also encompasses advice in respect of transactional matters.

A strong believer in access to justice for all, she is a long-standing member of the Islington Legal Advice Centre and continues to provide advice and assistance to law centre attendees. She is also a volunteer for the Chancery Bar Association’s CLIPS scheme.

  • Sally is an excellent communicator and works closely with our instructing officers to provide clear and concise advice. She is always available to discuss matters and maintains excellent relationships

    Legal 500
  • Sally is a confident, assured and persuasive advocate

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  • Her strengths are approachability, attention to detail and experience

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  • Sally is an excellent lawyer and is on top of the game; what she does not know about social housing law probably isn't worth knowing. Sally has a practical, common sense approach, gives clear concise advice, meets deadlines and produces excellent written work.

    Legal 500
  • She puts forward a very practical and well thought-out argument and will go the extra mile to achieve the right result

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  • Very practical to work with, always up to date with legal requirements, responsive, thorough. Goes out of her way to provide an excellent service.

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  • Extremely professional. Excellent with clients, approachable, empathetic, insightful and gives clear advice.

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  • Her style of advocacy is passionate and engaging and she has a really good rapport with clients.

    Chambers & Partners
  • Has excellent knowledge of housing and public law. She works exceptionally hard, her advice is thorough, well researched and practical

    Legal 500
  • Both very approachable and easy to understand and work with. She is happy to advise on anything you’d wish to discuss and is always available to listen

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  • Unique ability to guide a client through complicated problems in a very clear manner

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  • Extremely helpful and very intelligent, she sails through complex issues with great clarity and calmness

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  • Able to grasp unique areas of law extremely well

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  • She’s very thorough and cares about the cases she takes on, leaving no stone unturned

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  • She’s such a thorough and pleasant opponent

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  • She gets good results and is very thorough

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Practice Areas

Significant Cases

Career and Associations

Member of the Chancery Bar Association

Member of the Property Bar Association

Member of the Agricultural Law Association

Member of the Commercial Bar Association

Islington Legal Advice Centre

BA - University of London, 1992 (English Literature)

MA - University of Bristol, 1993 (Medieval Studies)

Before training for the Bar, Sally was an English Language Teacher working in Greece, Estonia and Cameroon as well as the UK


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