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About Sophie

I joined Moore Blatch’s personal injury team in 2012, transitioning to Moore Barlow after the merger in May 2020. Qualifying as a Solicitor in 2016, I progressed to Senior Associate and now Partner within the Moore Barlow Major Trauma team.

I assisted Senior Partner Trevor Sterling by playing a pivotal role in launching Moore Barlow’s pioneering Major Trauma Service in 2016 – the first of its kind, dedicated to providing holistic legal support to major trauma victims with a focus on rehabilitation and improving health outcomes. The success of the team and the service has led to accolades such as the Personal Injury Team of the Year at the PI Awards in 2019 and the Claimant Initiative Rehabilitation First Award in 2017. The Major Trauma Service at Moore Barlow continues to support the signposting partnerships at both St George’s Hospital and King’s College Hospital in London.

My clients have typically suffered injuries resulting in serious, and often life-changing, physical and/or psychological injuries through no fault of their own. I understand the profound impact that catastrophic injuries can have on individuals and their families. My approach is rooted in both empathy and a commitment to early intervention, to secure not only compensation for my clients but also funding for rehabilitation and treatment, throughout their journey towards recovery. I recognise the legal process can be daunting for many of my clients and provide unwavering guidance and support.

A true star for the future. [Sophie] works exceptionally hard in bringing together all important evidential strands in a case. Her knowledge of any given catastrophic case she is working upon is utterly compendious, she retains all details and is able to deploy them effectively. She is personable and bright and has the complete trust of her clients.

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I have represented clients in a number of high value and complex matters involving musculoskeletal injuries, amputations, fatal accidents, traumatic brain injuries and chronic pain. I have also been involved in high-profile cases that have made the headlines of major news outlets, such as the Croydon tram incident in 2016.

I am committed to nurturing the next generation of legal talent. I actively participate in Moore Barlow’s firm-wide Mentoring Scheme and played a key role in launching a new initiative for aspiring lawyers. In summer 2021, we launched a forum focused on empowering early-career professionals to build relationships, enhance their well-being, develop skills and knowledge, and support each other in career progression.

My dedication to promoting fairness and inclusivity extends beyond the legal industry through my role as trustee and secretary of the Mary Seacole Trust charity. As the IT Lead within the personal injury division at Moore Barlow, I am also actively involved in a number of technical projects at the firm.

In my spare time, I can often be found on a golf course or enjoying good food and wine.


  • Major trauma
  • Personal injury
  • Rehabilitation
  • Brain injury
  • Amputation


  • Law Society
  • Personal Injury Claimant Team of the Year 2019
  • Highly commended in the Partnership Case of the Year category at the Case Management Society UK’s (CMSUK) Awards 2019
  • Finalist for the Claims Collaboration of the Year award with Insurance Post Claims Awards 2018

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