Chloe is a London-based lawyer specialising in aviation litigation and regulation. She has wide-ranging experience of representing leading airlines, aircraft lessors, avionics companies, aircraft manufacturers, insurers and civil aviation authorities with respect to a variety of contentious and non-contentious matters. This has included advising on complex commercial litigation in the English courts and further afield, aviation insurance matters, air accidents and fatal accident inquiries. She also provides regulatory advice on aviation matters including that relating to Brexit.
Chloe is recognised as a Next Generation Lawyer by Legal 500 UK, which describes her as having an ‘exceptional understanding of aviation law’ and being ‘a tough litigator’. She is qualified in England & Wales (2008) and holds a BSc (Hons) in Natural Sciences from Durham University, UK, Graduate Diploma in Law from the College of Law, UK, and LLM in Advanced Studies in Air and Space Law (cum laude) from Leiden University, Netherlands. Her LLM thesis examined ICAO Annex 13 to the Chicago Convention and the admissibility of air accident reports in litigation.
Chloe is a member of the International Institute of Air and Space Law (IIASL), European Air Law Association (EALA), International Aviation Womens Association (IAWA) and Women in Transport. She regularly speaks at seminars and conferences in addition to lecturing on air law and various topics affecting the aviation industry.