Chloe Ogley Call 2017

Chloe obtained a first-class law degree, masters in law and completed the BPTC at Northumbria University (Very Competent).  She was awarded the Cathedral Chambers Prize for excellency in family practice.  During her studies, Chloe actively took part in mooting which saw her travel to New Delhi, India to compete in the KK Luthra Memorial Mooting Competition.  

Prior to joining us Chloe worked as a paralegal at Wilkin Chapman LLP specialising in commercial property.  Chloe was responsible for client management and initial drafting. 


Chloe is accepting instructions in both prosecution and defence matters. She is a level 1 prosecutor and has appeared on behalf of the CPS in both the Magistrates and Crown Court in a range of matters. Chloe is known for her ability to quickly analyse the strengths and weaknesses of cases and give clear, succinct advice when needed. During her pupillage, Chloe provided assistance in the preparation of two murder trials by compiling detailed medical summaries and chronologies.


Chloe wishes to develop a practice representing clients in all areas of family law. She has acted on behalf of the Local Authority in a number of care proceedings and private clients in relation to specific issue applications,  non-molestation and occupation orders. Chloe’s approachable yet pragmatic nature helps to provide clients with realistic expectations whilst settling their nerves during a very difficult time.  

During her second-six Chloe stepped in to assist Sally Collins as Junior Counsel in a remote multi-handed fact find hearing acting for an intervenor, where she was led by Cyrus Larizadeh QC. Chloe has also assisted her supervisor, Julia Baggs in the preparation of a large multi-handed sexual abuse finding of fact case. 


Chloe accepts instructions to represent clients in small claims and fast track matters. Chloe is routinely instructed to prepare advices on quantum in infant settlements subsequently appearing to secure the settlement in Court. Chloe also has experience in possession applications and road traffic accident quantum disputes,      

Qualifications & Appointments

LLB Law (Hons) – Northumbria University
LLM – Northumbria University
BPTC – Northumbria University 


Gray’s Inn

Notable cases:

Re A – Secured exoneration for a childminder intervenor in a multi-handed fact find involving a 13-month-old child who had suffered 16 different fractures (13 of which were metaphyseal fractures).