Katherine Henry > Chambers of Tracey Hennessey > Southampton, England > Lawyer Profile
No.18 Barristers Chambers Offices
No.18 Barristers Chambers
21 Carlton Crescent
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Areas of practice include: Areas of practice include: Areas of practice include: Family: Children ( (International) child abduction, Private law children: Contact and Residence disputes, Domestic violence & injunctions)
Katie was educated at Ribston Hall High School in Gloucestershire, before beginning her legal education at Cardiff University. Following completion of her degree, Katie commenced her Bar Vocational Course and was graded as Outstanding.
In 2016, Katie was awarded a grant by the FLBA to attend the ABA Annual Conference in San Francisco.
In 2017, Katie was invited to speak at the World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights in Dublin on issues of access to justice.
In 2019, Katie was appointed as a Deputy District Judge, sitting on the Western Circuit.
In 2021, Katie will be speaking at the World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights in Singapore on issues of parental alienation.
- Western Circuit
- Cardiff University LLB Hons
- Cardiff University BVC Outstanding
Lawyer Rankings(Leading Juniors: Child Law (Public and Private))Ranked: Tier 2
Katherine Henry – No.18 Barristers Chambers ‘Katherine is a powerful advocate and meticulous in her preparation. She has in-depth expertise in Children Act cases. She is superb with clients, and gives reassurance and confidence to the most nervous of them. A fantastic communicator.’
No.18 Barristers Chambers‘ members have been kept especially busy handling complex private and public children law matters. Tracey Hennessey ‘isn’t afraid to fight for her clients in the courtroom‘ and is regularly instructed in care cases involving allegations of physical and sexual abuse. The ‘always well-prepared‘ Laura Baines represents guardians, local authorities, parents and children across a wide spectrum of public and private family law matters. Katherine Henry‘s ‘court delivery is superb, assured and gets the court’s attention in the right way‘. Complex care proceedings involving allegations of abuse have been prominent in the caseload of the ‘practical‘ Nigel Cholerton. Sara Chalk is a ‘bold and very conscientious advocate‘.