Millie Elliott (2018)

Barrister

Millie joined Chambers in April 2020 following the successful completion of her pupillage. During her studies, Millie volunteered for the Citizens Advice Bureau, National Centre of Domestic Violence and Family Advice Scheme - an initiative set up to assist litigants in person in private family proceedings. Prior to commencing pupillage, Millie worked as a Paralegal in a local firm specialising in Court of Protection and Mental Health Law and represented patients detained under the Mental Health Act 1983 at the First tier Tribunal. Millie has experience representing clients across the full spectrum of Chambers’ practice areas. She prides herself on her affable and reassuring manner which allows her to inspire trust amongst particularly vulnerable clients.

Qualifications

  • BPTC, City Law School (London) Very Competent, 2018
    Outstanding in Civil Advocacy, Conference Skills and Cross-Examination
  • BA Modern History and Politics, University of Southampton, First Class Honours, 2014
  • GDL, University of Law, 2015
  • Law Society Mental Health Panel Accreditation, 2017

Membership

Honourable Society of Middle Temple

Personal Info

In her spare time, Millie will most likely be found riding her horse through the countryside. She regularly competes in show-jumping and dressage competitions.