Archive: November 2015

Securing a child’s best interests through non-judicial means

Family Analysis The decision of the Court of Appeal in the parental contact case of Re Q (A Child) was effectively resolved via a non-judicial method to meet the child’s best needs. Kayleigh Long, barrister at Goldsmith Chambers, says the case goes to the core of assessing a child’s best interests, and highlights that sometimes […]

New tenants for Goldsmith Chambers

Joining us from Mansfield Chambers: Reuben Solomon (1993) Pearl Young (1993) Frances Allen (1995) Charlotte Bayati (1995) Jeremy Chipperfield (1995) Paul Turner (1998) Alexis Slatter (1999) Sanaz Saifolahi (2000) Sarah Pinder (2006) Bronwen Jones (2009) Kezia Tobin (2010) Amanda Walker (2011) Rita Sethi (2000) and Rachel Law (2009) from Senate House Chambers Tim Welch (2009) […]

Chambers & Partners Bar Guide 2016

Goldsmith has been ranked as one of the UK’s highest performing Chambers in the ‘Chambers and Partners UK Bar Guide 2016’. The ‘legal bible’ celebrates the work of five individual members within their respective fields (Crime, International Crime, Financial Crime, Police Law and Sports Law) as well as recognising Goldsmith Chambers as one of the […]


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