Diana’s interests span the range of Chambers’ core practice areas. Prior to coming to the Bar, Diana worked as a research assistant on the Law Commission’s digital assets project. Accordingly, she has a particular interest in the legal aspects of cryptoassets and emerging technologies more generally.
Diana was a judicial assistant to Lord Justice Floyd and Lady Justice Andrews in the Court of Appeal. In this role, she was exposed to cases in various areas such as financial services, planning and intellectual property law.
Diana holds a Bachelor of Laws from University College London (First Class Honours) and a Master of Laws from the London School of Economics (Distinction). Throughout her studies, she participated in multiple mooting competitions and was part of the first UK team to win an award for best memorandum at the Vis International Arbitration Moot. Diana also worked at UCL’s Integrated Legal Advice Clinic, where she assisted with welfare benefits appeals.