Imogen studied undergraduate law at the University of Cambridge before going on to read for an LLM specialising in Commercial and Corporate Law at The London School of Economics and Political Science, from which she graduated with a Distinction. She was also awarded the Colombos Public International Law Essay Prize and a Queen Mother Scholarship by Middle Temple prior to joining South Square.
Before coming to the Bar, Imogen mooted competitively. She represented Cambridge at the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, achieving a top ten advocate ranking at the UK National Rounds and going on to compete at the International Rounds held in Washington DC.
During pupillage, Imogen assisted with a variety of complex insolvency, commercial and financial litigation, including the breach of exclusivity litigation launched by IS Prime Limited regarding the provision of matched principal brokerage services in FX and index swaps. She also assisted with Re Sova Capital Ltd.  EWHC 452 (Ch), which involved the first approval by an English Court of an unsecured credit bid against a background of interlocking US, UK and Russian sanction restrictions, as well as multiple cases triggered by the collapse of Greensill Capital including a $440 million claim lodged by Credit Suisse against SoftBank Group Corp based on section 423 of the Insolvency Act 1986.
Imogen has also gained extensive experience in the restructuring side of Chambers’ practice and was involved in the preparation for multiple contested restructuring plan sanction applications including those for Nasmyth Group Limited, AGPS BondCo PL, Prezzo Investco Limited and Fitness First Clubs Limited.