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Bethany Hardwick
Barrister | St John's Chambers

Beth is a specialist family law barrister at St John's Chambers, Bristol. Before joining St John’s Chambers Beth completed pupillage at 1 Hare Court in London where she obtained extensive experience in financial remedy proceedings and is comfortable handling complex financial structures and settlements. Before commencing pupillage Bethany completed a University of Oxford Bachelor of Civil Law dissertation on the court assessment of Gillick competence. She has also worked as a children’s rights research assistant.

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Barrister | St John's Chambers

Beth is a specialist family law barrister at St John's Chambers, Bristol. Before joining St John’s Chambers Beth completed pupillage at 1 Hare Court in London where she obtained extensive experience in financial remedy proceedings and is comfortable handling complex financial structures and settlements. Before commencing pupillage Bethany completed a University of Oxford Bachelor of Civil Law dissertation on the court assessment of Gillick competence. She has also worked as a children’s rights research assistant.

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