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Camini has specialised in family law since she was called to the Bar in 2008. Her practice focuses on the financial consequences of relationship breakdown and private children law. Camini is a qualified Arbitrator (MCIArb) and available to conduct arbitrations in both financial and children matters and, where appropriate, both together.
Camini has particular expertise in financial disputes and acts in divorces, cohabitation claims and applications under Schedule 1 and Part III. Her cases frequently involve cross-jurisdictional assets, businesses and trusts. Camini also acts for third parties seeking to intervene in proceedings.
Camini has extensive experience of acting in disputes over arrangements for children, including cases involving parental alienation, domestic abuse and international relocation. Camini recently acted for the lead appellant in the Court of Appeal case Re H-N and others (children) (domestic abuse: finding of fact hearings)  EWCA Civ 448
Camini has acted in jurisdictional disputes, cases involving abandoned spouses, forced marriage and international surrogacy.
Prior to being called to the Bar Camini was a judicial assistant in the Court of Appeal, assigned to Sir Mathew Thorpe, when he was Head of International Family Law
Family Law Bar Association
Association of Lawyers for Children
Women in Family Law
MA Classics St Hilda’s College, Oxford
LLB (First Class)
LLM European Legal Studies