Judith is a well-established and very experienced litigator. She grew up in North Devon and attended university in the South East of England where she obtained an honours degree in History, and a masters degree in English, before converting to the Law.
She trained with a large South East firm, and qualified as a solicitor in their highly-respected dispute resolution team in 2002. She later moved on to work for a Top 50 law firm, before returning to her North Devon roots in 2011 to work for Samuels. Judith became a partner in Samuels in 2013.
Judith specialises in commercial litigation, primarily professional negligence, as well as having a specialism in libel and slander no win no fee cases. She has taken cases to the House of Lords and the Court of Appeal (such as the nationally reported case of Padden v Bevan Ashford) as well as dealing with many High Court and County Court civil claims.
Judith’s particular strength is dealing with complex high-value commercial cases, whilst maintaining a calm and unflappable approach, which is very much appreciated by clients.
Judith is a keen musician and plays a number of instruments. She enjoys tennis and is well-travelled, but hasn’t yet found a beach to beat ours in North Devon, where she can be found most weekends, playing with her kids.