Jessica Brindle

Call: 2009



Jessica is instructed in all areas of family law and is developing a civil law practice. She is a passionate advocate, understanding that litigation is often a very emotional experience and is noted for providing her clients with a representative with whom they feel comfortable and confident.

She is regularly instructed in all aspects of financial remedy proceedings, law relating to children, and domestic violence. In Children Law proceedings Jessica has represented parents where there are allegations of non-accidental injuries, sexual abuse and domestic violence, and accepts instructions on behalf of children and local authorities.

Jessica is qualified to accept instructions under the Bar Council Public Access scheme.


LLB Hons University College London



Major Scholarship – Inner Temple

Duke of Edinburgh Award – Inner Temple

Student Group of the Year – Amnesty International UK (following first year of Presidency of the UCL AI society)



Family Law Bar Association

Human Rights Lawyers Association



Areas of Practice

Family law


Care proceedings


Divorce, including recognition of foreign divorce

Domestic violence

Financial remedies on divorceTrusts of land

Civil law

Contract and commercial disputes


Landlord and tenant


Outside Interests

Prior to pupillage Jessica undertook internships in South Africa and India working on women’s and general human rights. She is committed to the provision of legal services to all, particularly in the new era where parties are finding it increasingly difficult to have representation. Jessica provides pro bono advice at the Islington Legal Advice Centre. Outside of work Jessica enjoys skiing, ballet, pilates and travel.

All our barristers have formidable legal skills – which they complement with being approachable and friendly. Our team’s legal strengths, diverse backgrounds and healthy gender balance combine to offer services appreciated by our many different clients.

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