St Philips Chambers are delighted to announce that Sara Lewis has joined their Family Team.
Sara is a renowned Care practitioner with a national reputation for excellence within the field of Public Law Children cases.
Sara has vast experience at all levels, acting for parents and guardians at Circuit, High Court and Appellate Court level.
Sara undertakes cases involving the most serious types of non-accidental injury and is regularly instructed to represent parties in cases where non-accidental head injury is alleged. She has considerable experience of acting for those with complex psychiatric issues such as FII and before coming to the Bar was a neuropsychologist, undertaking both clinical and research work and has therefore a particular interest and expertise in cases involving complex medical evidence, mental health issues as well as problems associated with addiction and cognitive impairment.
Legal commentators note that Sara is “an incredibly hard working barrister who strives to do all she can to put the best interests of her clients forward, no matter how hard the battle may be. A dedicated barrister who can be relied on for her honest and expert advice.”
Carolyn Jones, Head of St Philips Family Law Team, commented: “We are thrilled that Sara has decided to join our Family Team. She has a fantastic reputation and a nationwide practice that will continue to flourish now she is part of our Family Team.”
For further information about Sara including her availability please contact her Senior Clerk Mark Mansell on 0121 246 2148 or via e-mail.
Written by Mark Mansell
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