skip to main content

Gemma Meredith Davies

Called Called in 2007



About Gemma Meredith Davies

Gemma became a tenant at Parklane Plowden Chambers after successfully completing her specialist family law pupillage. Before undertaking her pupillage Gemma worked as an in house advocate (family law) for a number of years.

Gemma is also a licensed attorney in New York (admitted 2010).

In 2013, Gemma was one of two barristers in the UK selected by the Inns of Court to undertake a Pegasus Scholarship in the USA. She spent 8 weeks in Washington DC, Virginia, Philadelphia and Boston where she had the unique opportunity to observe differing aspects of the American legal system. The scholarship included time spent with members of the judiciary and attorneys at the Supreme Court, the Court of Appeals for Virginia, the Pentagon and the Senate.


Personal Details

Education: LLB (Hons) Durham University (2006) Bar Vocational Course (MMU 2007) Licensed Attorney and Counselor at Law in the state of New York (Admitted 2010)
Professional Associations: Family Law Bar Association (FLBA) American Bar Association (ABA) Young Lawyers Division (ABA) New York State Bar Association Pegasus Scholar 2013

Specialist Practice Areas


 Download Pegasus Scholarship article

'Effects of the Credit Crunch on divorce settlements' (Dornier Whittaker and Gemma Meredith Davies), Leeds & Yorkshire Lawyer, August 2009

'Till Divorce us do Part', Newcastle News, 21st December 2010

We're Recruiting

Parklane Plowden welcomes enquiries from Barrister and Solicitor advocates. In addition to our regular recruitment campaigns, Parklane Plowden also welcomes enquiries from individuals seeking superb opportunities for career advancement.

Cookies on our website
By accessing this website ("Site") or downloading materials from the Site, you agree to abide by these terms (as amended from time to time) set out here. Where you are using the Site in the course of your business, you agree to these terms on behalf of that business. If you do not agree with the terms (or are not authorised to do so) you should not access this Site.