03 August 2017 - Blog
England and Wales, 2002
Opinion piece on ‘international relocation, discussing the issues that need to be addressed when transatlantic couples with children, separate’, The Times, co-author
Collaboratively trained (not practising)
Me in a minute
I thrive on working at the forefront of the legal changes in family law
I was drawn to work in family law when I realised that I wanted a career in a field of law which really mattered to people. The justice done in the Family Courts is important in so many ways and it is fascinating to see how evolution in social attitudes are mirrored in case law and legislation, at an astounding pace. I thrive on working at the forefront of the legal changes in family law in England and Wales and love being part of the discussion that contributes to us being an outstanding legal team, consistently ranked at number one.