We are please to announce that Holly Coates, Sophie Gray and John Nee will be presenting a Family Finance Seminar in three locations throughout the South East and Sussex. Our latest Seminar programme covers a range of topics within Family Finance proceedings, which are due to take place on the following dates: Dartford Regus, Victory Way, … Continue reading
Chambers are pleased to announce that we have been recommended as a leading regional set in the Legal 500, 2017 guide. Becket Chambers is best known for its family practice, with expertise in public and private children law, TOLATA work and family finance matters. Members act for the children, parents and guardians, as well as local … Continue reading
We are delighted to announce that Sam Davis has started his Pupillage with Chambers.
Marie Crawford and Gayle Ashley will be presenting a seminar at the View Hotel, Eastbourne on 20th September 2017 from 3.45pm. This seminar will cover a range of topics within Family Children Act proceedings, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to book a place.
Marie Crawford’s article “Big Changes in Children’s Cases where Domestic Abuse is an Issue: New Practice Direction 12 J” has been published in Family Law Week. Mr. Justice Cobb’s review of PD12 J has been completed and significant changes have been proposed. If the recommendations are adopted (which is likely), domestic violence will be required … Continue reading
We are delighted to welcome Rosie Ellis and Holly May who have joined the Admin Support team in Canterbury.
As part of our on-going programme we will be holding the following 2 hour seminar at the View Hotel Eastbourne on the 27th March 2017 and Canterbury Innovation Centre on 28th March 2017. Speakers are Holly Coates and Dean Thistle. Places are limited so please contact Paul Eaton, Senior Clerk (email@example.com) for further information or to book a … Continue reading
Louisa Adamson, Holly Coates and Christopher Wall attended the Kent Family Justice Conference on 23rd November 2016, each giving a talk on the various options within ADR. The talks were very well received by the audience, which included Solicitors, Barristers, Judges and Social Workers.
Chambers are proud to announce that both Louisa Adamson and Christopher Wall have been ranked in the Chambers and Partners Guide 2017 under Family/Matrimonial (South East). Louisa Adamson A highly experienced family lawyer and mediator who is particularly esteemed for her work in public law children cases, including care and adoption proceedings. She is adept at dealing with cases involving parents … Continue reading
We are delighted to announce that Lavinia Glover has accepted an invitation to join Chambers following the successful completion of her pupillage. Lavinia will continue to practice in all of Chambers core areas.
Chambers are pleased to announce that we have been recommended as a leading set in the Legal 500 2016 guide. “Experienced in all areas of family law, Becket Chambers is ‘extremely easy to work with – helpful, supportive and committed’. Members are active in public and private law children matters, family injunctions, divorce and financial … Continue reading
We are delighted to welcome Pat Messer who has recently joined Chambers as Administration Assistant. Pat will be based at our Eastbourne annexe.
We are pleased to announce that Christopher Wall has qualified as an Arbitrator through the Family Law Arbitration scheme by which family financial remedy disputes may be dealt with by arbitration. Christopher is now a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He is the only barrister practising from a chambers in Kent qualified to … Continue reading
Philip Newton has qualified as an Arbitrator through the Family Law Arbitration Children Scheme (‘the Children Scheme’), by which private law children disputes may be dealt with by arbitration. Philip is currently the only Barrister qualified as a children arbitrator practising in Kent.
Save the date. We will be running another civil seminar on 16th November 2016 (Eastbourne) and 18th November 2016 (Canterbury). Details to follow in due course.
Marie Crawford’s most recent article has been published in Family Law Week, it considers the disconnection between theory and practice in making applications to adduce expert evidence.
We are delighted to announce that Rachel Baker has accepted an offer to join Becket Chambers from 31st May 2016. Prior to joining Chambers Rachel worked as a Senior Crown Prosecutor for the CPS.
Chambers is proud to annouce that Holly Coates and Paul Tapsell have been ranked in the Chambers and Partners Guide 2016 under Local Government. Chambers has also been ranked as a Leading Set. THE SET Canterbury-based Becket Chambers operates across Kent and Sussex, and acts for a variety of clients, although it is best recognised for its work on behalf of local … Continue reading
Chambers are proud to annouce that both Louisa Adamson and Christopher Wall have been ranked in the Chambers and Partners Guide 2016 under Family/Matrimonial (South East). Louisa Adamson focuses on children and financial remedy matters and is highly experienced in care proceedings, disputes concerning physical and sexual abuse and residence disputes. She also undertakes financial disputes concerning property, assets … Continue reading
We are pleased to welcome Jessica Brown to Chambers support staff. Jessica will be based at our Eastbourne annexe.
We are delighted to announce that Gayle Ashley has accepted an offer to join Becket Chambers from 2nd November 2015. Gayle was previously an in house advocate at Gerard Maye Legal.