Niamh Daly


PupilCall 2018

Niamh joined chambers as a pupil in October 2018.

She has previous experience of working with vulnerable adults and children. Prior to pupillage she volunteered as an education advocate at the Communities Empowerment Network. In this role she gained invaluable experience representing parents of children with Special Educational Needs at disciplinary and exclusion hearings. Niamh also worked as an administrator at The Child Development Centre, an organisation which offers a range of therapies to children with development needs and disabilities.

During her time on the BPTC Niamh acted as a student advisor in immigration law at the University of Law Legal Advice Centre, representing immigration detainees in live cases pro-bono.

Member of The Honourable Society of Middle Temple

Pupillage Award, The Honourable Society of Middle Temple (2018)

1GC Speed Moot Finalist (2018)

Harmsworth Scholarship, The Honourable Society of Middle Temple (2017)

University of Liverpool Moot Semi-Finalist (2017)

Second highest dissertation mark in the School of Law and Social Justice, University of Liverpool (2017)

Certificate of Contribution to the Law School for volunteer work with the StreetLaw Project (2017)

LLB (Hons), University of Liverpool – First Class (2017)

BPTC, University of Law London – Very Competent (2018)

Master of Laws, University of Law London – Distinction (2018)