Victoria has been a specialist family practitioner for many years, having previously also practised in criminal law. She has appeared at all levels of tribunal and against both junior and leading counsel. In public law children cases, Victoria has experience of dealing with cases in which there are the most serious allegations of harm to children. In the private law sphere, Victoria will often deal with both the children and financial aspects of a case on behalf of a client. Her cases often involve an international element.

Victoria represents parents, Guardians and local authorities in all public law proceedings. She has experience dealing with cases where there are allegations of sexual harm, non-accidental injury, and factitious or induced injury. Most recently Victoria represented the Guardian in proceedings where a local authority sought a FGM protection order (X (A Child) (Female Genital Mutilation Protection Order : Restrictions on Travel) [2017] EWHC 2898 (Fam) (15 November 2017)). Other cases of interest include London Borough of Camden v Caratt & Ors [2013] EWHC 2336 (Fam).

Victoria deals with all private law proceedings, including all applications under the Children Act 1989. Victoria has particular expertise representing parents in the more complex cases, and those where there are serious allegations, and a crossover into public law proceedings.

Victoria represents both parents and children in these international cases.

Victoria deals with applications for financial remedies upon divorce, and all aspects of financial disputes between unmarried couples relating to both property and children.

Victoria accepts direct access instructions in both private law children and financial cases.

Victoria has been qualified as a mediator since 2011. She mediates in both children and financial cases.


Dauntsey’s School, Wiltshire
LLB, Warwick University

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1 King’s Bench Walk will re-open on Wednesday 2 December 2020


1KBW is pleased to announce that we will again begin the process of reopening chambers from 2nd  December 2020. A series of measures are in place to ensure the safety of all staff, members and visitors.


We have been successfully working remotely during the second lockdown period and a number of staff and members will continue to do so to ensure social distancing measures are kept in place, as per government guidance.


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