Charlotte Trace

Year of Call 2012

Professional Practice

Charlotte practises in all areas of family law. She represents clients in matrimonial finance, domestic violence, and children cases (both public and private).

Prior to joining chambers, Charlotte spent a year working as a paralegal in the family department of Withers LLP assisting on a number of high value financial disputes including Tchenguiz-Imerman v Imerman [2012] EWHC 4277 (Fam) and [2013] EWHC 3627.

Having completed pupillage at 29 Bedford Row under the supervision of Ken Collins, Nicholas Allen and Indira Ramsahoye, Charlotte is now developing a mixed family practice, appearing in the High Court and in county courts in London and throughout the country.

  • Recommendations

    “Charlotte is an absolute pleasure to work with and an exceptional talent at the bar. She is dedicated to getting the best possible results for her clients and is not afraid of hard work. During secondment at Vardags she quickly became a central part of the team and earned immediate trust and respect from all of her peers. She was quick to accept any challenge placed before her and showed real intellect and flare in getting the job done. Higher praise and gratitude could not be given.”
    Georgina Hamblin - Vardags
    “She is academic whilst approachable, professional whilst personable with clients. I find Charlotte a pleasure to work with.”
    Claire O’Flinn - Keystone Law
  • Personal Information

    Charlotte was educated at Christ’s College, Cambridge before undertaking the Graduate Diploma in Law and Bar Professional Training Course at The City Law School, London. She is a Denning Scholar of Lincoln’s Inn.

    Outside work, Charlotte’s interests include live music, travel and spending time with her family in Devon.

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