Anna joined Hughes Fowler Carruthers in February 2019 after completing a Law degree and a Masters in Human Rights. While working as a paralegal at the firm, Anna undertook the Solicitors Qualifying Examination and she qualified as a solicitor in August 2022.
Anna works on a broad range of cases involving complex financial remedies, trusts, domestic abuse and private children law.
Anna has experience working with international and domestic clients. She regularly works on cases in which there are complex financial disputes, including offshore and pre-marital assets, pension transfers and allegations of non-disclosure. She has also worked on a number of cases which feature allegations of coercive control.
Anna is confident and compassionate, and takes pride in adapting solutions to the needs of individual clients.
Anna works for Alex Carruthers and Archie Best who describes her as “hard working and intelligent”.
Interests: reading, running, art and yoga
University of Leeds, LLB (Hons) Law (First Class Honours)
London School of Economics and Political Science, MSc Human Rights (Merit)
Kaplan SQE (Quintile 1)
Women’s Service Mentor at The Baytree Centre 2017-2019
Joined Hughes Fowler Carruthers in 2019