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Anna is a specialist family law barrister with a busy practice encompassing divorce, matrimonial finance, private and public law children work and child abduction. She has experience appearing at all levels up to and including representing clients in the High Court and is equally happy appearing in her own right or being led as junior counsel.
Anna regularly speaks at Family Law conferences and has written articles for Family Law Week and Family Law Journal.
- Family Law Bar Association
- Young Legal Aid Lawyers
- Honourable Society of Middle Temple
- BPP University; BPTC; Outstanding
- University of Cambridge, Fitzwilliam College; BA (Hons) Law; 2.1
- ADR Group Accredited Civil and Commercial Mediator
Lawyer Rankings(Rising stars)Ranked: Tier 1
1 King’s Bench Walk is ‘a very strong set across the board for private children law work’ that is ‘always willing to go extra mile for its clients’. Richard Harrison KC is the ‘go-to silk for complex international children law cases’ and recently represented an intervener in Supreme Court case G v G, a case where the principles of the Hague Convention on the child abduction ran into refugee law’s prohibiton of refoulment. ‘Creative and strategic advocate’ Deborah Eaton KC acted for the husband in Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum v Princess Haya, the high-profile proceedings concerning the welfare of the two youngest children of the Ruler of Dubai. ‘Exceptional advocate’ Charles Howard KC is well renowned for dealing with cases of extreme complexity including those involving surrogacy and conception by unregulated sperm donors. Rising stars Anna Sutcliffe and Lucia Crimp, and ‘efficient and sharp advocate‘ Victoria Halsall have extensive experience in private and private law child work.
Anna Sutcliffe – 1 King’s Bench Walk ‘ A strong advocate who builds excellent rapport within the courtroom. She is also able to quickly build good working relationships with clients, offering them practical advice and not shying away from discussing the difficulties within a case. ’