Millie Elliott (2018)

Pupil

Millie joined chambers as a pupil in April 2019. Prior to commencing pupillage, Millie worked as a Mental Health Advocate representing vulnerable individuals detained under the Mental Health Act 1983 at the First-tier Tribunal. Upon completing the BPTC, she worked as a County Court Advocate representing local authorities, major banks and corporations in a variety of civil hearings. Millie is undertaking a mixed common law pupillage and is able to take instructions from 1 October 2019.

Qualifications

• Honourable society of Middle Temple
• BPTC, City Law School (London) Very Competent, 2016 (assessed as ‘Outstanding’ in Civil Advocacy, Conference Skills and Cross-Examination)
• Modern History and Politics (BA), University of Southampton, First Class Honours, 2014
• GDL, University of Law, 2015
• Law Society Mental Health Panel Accreditation, 2017

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.