Sian has a broad public and civil common law practice.

In March 2015, Sian was appointed to the Attorney General’s Civil Panel of Counsel, C Panel (London). Her public law practice is diverse and includes human rights law, immigration, inquests, judicial review, prison law and unlawful detention.

Sian maintains a busy civil common law practice, with a particular focus on costs, contractual and tortious litigation, insurance and personal injury.  Sian also has considerable experience of civil claims with a public law element, including negligence, misfeasance in public office and conversion claims.

From August to October 2012, Sian undertook a Pegasus Scholarship to New Zealand where she spent 2 months working at Stout Street Chambers in Wellington (a commercial, civil litigation and public law set of chambers).


Attorney-General’s Civil Panel of Counsel London, C Panel (March 2015).


BVC (Very Competent), BPP Law School (2006).
BCL, University of Oxford, Brasenose College (2005).
MA (Hons) Law (First Class), University of Cambridge, Downing College (2004).

Professional Memberships

Administrative Law Bar Association (ALBA).
London Common Law & Commercial Bar Association (LCLCBA).
Personal Injuries Bar Association (PIBA).

Public Access

Undertakes Public Access work

Attorney General Panel

Appointed to C panel

TGC Costs Newsletter

4th July 2017

Welcome to the very first edition of TGC’s Costs Newsletter! Costs has been a huge part of our practice at TGC for as long as it has been recognised as a discrete area of law. Whilst the team has naturally changed and evolved over that time, it has retained phenomenal strength and depth from its leadership right through to its most junior members. We pride ourselves on being leaders in the field and being able to offer a client service level second to none. We remain extremely grateful for our Directory recognition, and through 2017 we’ve reinvigorated our energy levels as a team being ever ready to serve!

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Personal Injury Claim Settled for £180,000

13th October 2016

Anthony Johnson (instructed by Richard Foyster of Ashtons) represented the Claimant and Sian Reeves (instructed by Francois Liebenberg of the Government Legal Department) the Defendant in this personal injury claim that arose from injuries sustained by a 35-year-old Traffic Examiner in the course of her employment with the Department for Transport. Liability was admitted soon after the accident and the matter eventually settled in the gross sum of £180,000 at a Joint Settlement Meeting that took place on 11th October 2016.

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