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Jennifer Moles


Chartlands Chambers

3 St Giles Terrace, Northampton


Jennifer is a barrister specialising in all areas of family law and has appeared at all levels up to, and including, the High Court.


Jennifer is a determined and passionate advocate, who works diligently to achieve the best possible result for her clients. Jennifer is adept at building an immediate and strong rapport with those she represents, reflecting her compassionate and empathetic approach. Jennifer is able to quickly and meticulously grasp key issues within a case and formulate a clear strategy to achieve the optimum outcome. Outside of court, Jennifer is an active member of the legal community and sits on a number of professional committees. Jennifer is also a Trustee and Board Member of Northamptonshire Domestic Abuse Service and has delivered several workshops for the Schools Consent Project on issues surrounding sexual consent. Prior to commencing her practice, Jennifer undertook an array of legal work experience; this included employment as a Paralegal in private practice and at a Local Authority, in addition to working as a County Court Advocate in the Civil Courts. In 2016, Jennifer was awarded the Anglo-American Exchange Scholarship from Middle Temple to work as an intern in Iowa, USA, along-side senior Counsel, during which time she assisted with mediations, client conferences and prison visits. In September 2018, Jennifer won the Middle Temple Amity Moot in Hong Kong along with her mooting partner, Queen’s Counsel, whom she was led by.