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Ann-Marie O’Neil

amo@goughsq.co.uk
Ann-Marie O'Neil

Ann-Marie joined Chambers as a pupil in October 2021. She was initially supervised by Iain MacDonald and is currently supervised by Lee Finch. Through work with her supervisors and other members of Chambers (including Jonathan Kirk QC and David Travers QC) Ann-Marie is gaining experience in all of Chambers’ specialist practice areas including financial services, consumer contracts and regulatory crime.

In preparation for her practising six months, Ann-Marie has had particular exposure to PPI Plevin top-up claims, car-broker commission claims and mis-selling claims under sections 75 and 140A CCA.

In 2019, Ann-Marie spent 3 months at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg assisting the advisor to the President. Her work included drafting speeches for the President and creating the research paper for a high-profile 3-day debate on education, technology and environment reform.

Before coming to the Bar, Ann-Marie had an extensive career as a project manager in the construction and infrastructure industry. She worked both domestically and internationally with clients including the Ministry of Defence and the UK Home Office. Most recently she consulted on the High Speed 2 rail programme.

She has also undertaken over 150 cases for LPC in relation to hire purchase agreements, claims for the return of goods and applications for possession orders.

From 4 April 2022, Ann-Marie will accept instructions in all of Chambers’ practice areas.

  • BCL Oxford University (Distinction)
  • Open University LLB (Hons) (First class)
  • BPTC (Very Competent)
  • BCL Subject Prize (Trademarks and Brands)
  • Jesus College prize for BCL performance
  • Lincoln’s Inn Bratza Scholarship
  • BPP BPTC Advocacy Scholarship