Family and children law in Regional Bar
3PB is rapidly developing its presence on circuit, with some viewing it as 'a go-to set for family finance work'. Members are also instructed on complex public law proceedings involving non-accidental injuries, care arrangements, and fabricated or induced illnesses, as well as private law proceedings dealing with contact, alienation, and relocation.
No5 Barristers Chambers is, for some, 'the best chambers in the midlands for family work', and is a 'go-to for both finance and children matters'. Particular areas of specialism include parental alienation, forced marriage prevention orders and cross-border matters such as international adoption and child abduction the private children law side, along with complex non-accidental injuries and abuse allegations in public child law matters. Financial remedy specialist Juliet Allen departed the set for St Philips Chambers.
Chambers of Michelle Christie and Lianne Murphy
Northampton's specialist family law set Senate House Chambers is home to several children law-focused barristers who are instructed on a wide range of both public and private cases.
Family law is a key aspect of St Ives Chambers' members' workload, with barristers specialising in the full range of both Children Act and matrimonial cases. The set is regarded by some as a 'hidden gem in Birmingham', providing 'an excellent choice of specialist counsel' who are 'reliable, knowledgeable, and approachable.'
St Mary's Chambers is a specialist family law set with 'a wide range of extremely competent barristers' in cases in Nottinghamshire and beyond. The set is best known for public law children work, though it is increasing its presence in the family finance space. Amanda Bewley departed for London set Coram Chambers in March 2019