Ffyon Reilly graduated in History from University College London. After working as a management consultant for Accenture for three years, she was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 2000. Ffyon practised at the Criminal Bar and holds a current practising certificate and Tenancy.
Ffyon is the Programme Director for the LLM in Professional Legal Skills, and has designed and runs the BPTC LLM pathways, the LLM Dissertation pathway and the LLM in Clinical Legal Project. Ffyon manages the relationships with the different clinical project partners on the LLM and has designed and delivered all the modules on the BPTC LLM pathways.
She lectures in Crime and Employment and is an ATC accredited advocacy trainer. She has delivered advocacy training and assessment to external partners including the Crown Prosecution Service. She has an interest in Unfair Dismissal.
Ffyon is the Pupillage Advice Service's lead at City. She manages relationships with Chambers and delivers a comprehensive package of events and workshops to prepare students for pupillage application and interview.
Ffyon is a tenant at Castle Chambers. She is published in the Financial Times Series, Counsel Magazine and is a contributor to Pearsons 2019 The English Legal System ( chapters 19-21 ). She is currently contributing a chapter on the Youth Court to the 2020 edition.