Trudi was called to the Bar in 2018. She became a tenant of Exchange Chambers in September 2020 following the successful completion of her pupillage under the supervision of Mark Ainsworth. During her first six, Trudi experienced a range of personal injury hearings, family law hearings, professional disciplinary work and clinical negligence work.
Throughout her second six, Trudi has developed a busy fast-track personal injury practice. She has represented Claimants and Defendants in a range of hearings. Alongside her fast-track practice, she acts as junior to two senior members of chambers in high value brain injury cases and has drafted complex applications in the course of such. She has also assisted in multi-track matters and has recently been instructed on her own.
Trudi has a particular interest in high value personal injury and clinical negligence cases. She has experienced mediation and joint settlement meetings and has been involved in preparing position statements and schedules of loss.
Trudi is a member of the data breach team and provides formal advice and drafts statements of case. During her pupillage, she assisted with and experienced an appeal in the Royal Courts of Justice.
Trudi prides herself on good relationships with solicitors and her approachable nature with clients. She has a proactive approach to her work and turns paperwork around quickly. She offers both formal and informal advice and is happy to be contacted by email or telephone.