Chloe has practised at Wilberforce Barristers since the successful completion of her pupillage with Julia Baggs in 2020.
Chloe wishes to develop a practice representing clients in all aspects of family law. Chloe has acted on behalf of a number of different Local Authorities in care proceedings and has significant experience in drafting case management documents and skeleton arguments. Chloe is frequently instructed to act for private clients on a wide range of issues including specific issue applications, non-molestation orders, occupation orders and child arrangements orders. Chloe’s approachable yet pragmatic nature helps to provide clients with a realistic expectations whilst settling their nerves during what is often 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 has experience dealing with low to medium value matrimonial finance cases for both sides. Chloe has the ability to analyse each parties’ financial positions in order to provide frank and robust advice. Chloe is keen to develop her practice in this area.
Chloe is accepting instructions in both prosecution and defence matters. Chloe is a level 1 prosecutor and has appeared on behalf of the Crown Prosecution Service in both the Magistrates and Crown Court on a range of matters. Chloe is known for her ability to quickly analyse the strengths and weaknesses of cases in order to 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 also frequently acts on behalf of probation services dealing with a wide range of breach proceedings. Chloe is familiar with quasi- criminal cases such as forfeiture of cash proceedings after acting on behalf of Humberside Police on a number of occasions.
Chloe accepts instructions to represent clients in small claims and fast track matters. Chloe is routinely instructed to prepare advices on quantum in infant settlement proceedings subsequently appearing to secure the settlement in Court. Chloe also has experience in possession application, road traffic quantum disputes, boundary disputes and has recently been instructed to advice on the cost consequences of a part 36 offer before proceedings are issued.
‘Chloe Ogley has been brilliant – as per usual. Client was over the moon!’