Millie’s practice spans a broad range of housing law including landlord and tenant, leasehold disputes, complex possessions including sub-letting and succession, as well as homelessness. She is particularly sought out for public law cases raising equality, human rights or EU law issues.
She has been instructed in a number of high-profile cases including
-XPQ v Hammersmith and Fulham  EWHC 1391
-Watkins v AMSH  Env. L.R. 2
-Leach v St Albans  EWCA Civ 1616
-Alibkhiet v Brent  EWCA Civ 2742
-Forward v Aldwyck  EWCA Civ 1334
She is a member of the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s panel of counsel.
Prior to coming to the Bar Millie worked as a referendaire to Advocate General Jaaskinen in the Court of Justice of the European Union. She also has extensive appellate experience as a result of being a judicial assistant to Lord Justice Richards in the Court of Appeal.
LL.B (King’s College London)
LL.M (University of Cambridge)