Charlotte Kynaston

Barrister at Ten Old Square Chambers



Charlotte is a member of Ten Old Square Chambers. She has a general Chancery practice, with a focus on non-contentious private client matters.


She has particular experience in advising on trusts and associated taxation, wills, probate and the administration of estates. She is adept at drafting deeds and other trust documents.


Charlotte recently spent six months seconded to the private client department of a major City law firm. Whilst there, she advised on the full spectrum of private client practice. She gained particular expertise in international private client taxation, trust administration and probate matters.


Charlotte was awarded a first class degree in History from the Queen's College at the University of Oxford. She went on to gain a Distinction in the Graduate Diploma in Law and an Outstanding in the Bar Professional Training Course. She was awarded the Benefactors' Prize by the Queen's College and a Major Scholarship from the Inner Temple.


She is a member of the Chancery Bar Association, a committee member of the Junior Chancery Bar Association and an associate member of STEP.