Peggy Ray > Goodman Ray > London, England > Lawyer Profile
Goodman Ray Offices
5 CRANWOOD STREET
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Senior partner at Goodman Ray, specialising in all aspects of complex children work, both public and private law, and adoption.
Trained Donne Mileham & Haddock; qualified 1980; established own practice with Judith Goodman 1985 (continued to date); appointed recorder 2007; UNICEF Child Rights Lawyer of the Year 2001; Legal Aid lawyer of the Year (Family) 2005; winner Cornwell Award for outstanding contribution to the field of family law 2014. Speaker and trainer.
Resolution; Association of Lawyers for Children; Law Society Children Panel; NAGALRO; past member of President’s Interdisciplinary Committee; Expert Witness Group.
International School of Geneva (International Baccalaureate); University of Sussex (1974 BA Hons; 1977 postgraduate LLB).
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Goodman Ray is a boutique children and family law practice that has built up an excellent reputation for its children work in particular. The firm, under the leadership of Peggy Ray and Trudi Featherstone, has expertise across all areas including finances, private children, adoption, fertility, modern family structures as well as public law, domestic abuse and a whole host of international matters. Featherstone and Thomas Brownrigg are both trained as collaborative lawyers and seven members of the team are on the Law Society Children Panel. Jemma Dally is another notable practitioner along with Kevin Skinner. The team is a ‘real force in international children law’.