St Philips Chambers are delighted to announce that Andrew Bainham will be joining their Family Law Team as of Monday 17th November.
Andrew specialises in children cases and has a particular interest and expertise in representing parents, children and others in public law proceedings. He is also experienced and accepts instructions in private law children cases. He has a wide knowledge of children cases with an international element having been editor of the International Survey of Family law for over ten years.
Andrew is known nationally and internationally for his writing on children law. He wrote the first book on the Children Act 1989 and is author of the leading textbook Children: The Modern Law (4th edition, 2013). He taught family law at the University of Cambridge for many years. He is therefore well equipped to take cases in the higher courts where there are arguments on points of law.
Andrew will be based at our premises at Gray’s Inn in London but will remain available for work throughout the country.
For further details about Andrew including his availability, please contact his Senior Clerk, Mark Mansell, on 0121 246 2148.
Written by Mark Mansell
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