1GC Family Law is pleased to announce that it has been included as a leading set in Family: Children in the 2023 edition of Chambers and Partners, with 35 barristers ranked in this category.
1GC Family Law is praised as a set that has “a particularly strong offering of quality barristers handling unusual and complex children issues, including those with an international element" and all on our clerking team are lauded as "first-rate and quick to respond to enquiries. They're utterly charming to everyone they talk to and a pleasure to work with - they're a credit to chambers".
Chambers would like to congratulate Nkumbe Ekaney KC, Andrew Norton KC, Janet Bazley KC, Charles Geekie KC, Andrew Bagchi KC, Francesca Wiley KC, Deirdre Fottrell KC, Sam Momtaz KC, Sally Stone KC on being included as ranked Silks. And, Laura Briggs KC who is included as New Silks.
When it comes to Juniors Pamela Warner, Alev Giz, Rachel Gillman, Catherine Jenkins, Claire Heppenstall, Sam Whittam, Susan George, Doushka Krish, Daisy Hughes, Sharon Segal, Helen Jefferson, Louise MacLynn, Karen Kabweru-Namulemu, Richard Jones, Henry Lamb, Matthew Fletcher, Steven Ashworth, Nasstassia Hylton, Gemma Kelly, Lucy Sprinz, Eleri Jones, Marlene Cayoun and Tom Wilson are all listed as Leading Juniors. Our congratulations go to each of them.
Chambers and Partners have also identified Annabel Barrons, who is also ranked as Band 4 for her work in matrimonial finance, and Lucy Maxwell whose respective practices at this early stage in their career already merits the ranking of Up and Coming.
In addition to her ranking for children work Marlene Cayoun has also been included this year in the Inquests and Public Inquiries practice area.
We would like to sincerely thank all our professional clients who took the time to provide their feedback, upon which these rankings are based. Thank you.
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