Rhiannon Wilcock

Call: 2012

Introduction

Rhiannon joined St Philips Chambers in 2014, after completing her pupillage at a leading family set in London.

Rhiannon practises in all areas of family law including private and public children law, financial remedies, financial provision for children and applications under the Family Law Act 1996.

Rhiannon read Law at the University of Exeter, before moving to London to complete the BPTC at Kaplan Law School. Rhiannon is a Levitt Scholar of Lincoln’s Inn and was a finalist of the Sir Louis Gluckstein Advocacy Competition during the BPTC year.

Prior to commencing pupillage Rhiannon worked for the Bar Pro Bono Unit, a legal charity which provides assistance from barristers on a pro bono basis. During this time she was involved in a number of high profile family cases such as Re A (A child) [2012] UKSC 60. Rhiannon also spent time living in New York where she worked on a careers based program with inner city children from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Rhiannon is a qualified FRU representative and has offered advice and tribunal representation on a pro bono basis. Rhiannon also regularly volunteered as an advisor at Citizen’s Advice Bureau during university, providing advice and assistance in a range of areas, such as family, employment and debt relief.

Qualifications and Appointments

2011 – LLB (Hons), 2:1, University of Exeter
2012 – BPTC, Very Competent, Kaplan Law School
2013 – Levitt Scholar, Lincoln’s Inn

Memberships

Lincoln’s Inn
Family Law Bar Association
Bar Pro Bono Unit
Free Representation Unit

 

 


My Expertise