Archive: March 2023

Dr Charlotte Proudman successfully represents Latin American Women’s Aid, Women’s Aid and Refuge in guidance case before the President.

Re P (Service on Parent in a Refuge) [2023] EWHC 471 (Fam) Dr Charlotte Proudman was instructed by Rights of Women in a guidance case on behalf of Latin American Women’s Aid, Women’s Aid and Refuge. The President addressed the competing challenges when urgent court orders needed to be served on a woman who resided in a women’s refuge, especially given the […]

Goldsmith Chambers at the Women and Diversity in Law Awards

We are delighted to announce that Dr Charlotte Proudman won Advocate of the Year and Sarah Pinder and Bronwen Jones were shortlisted for awards at the Women and Diversity in Law Awards. It was a wonderful evening celebrating Chambers’ members and their success. Read the Global Legal Post article showcasing the evening: Advocate of the YearWinner: Charlotte Proudman, Goldsmith ChambersShortlist: Elaine […]

International Women’s Day 2023

Chambers’ immigration and public law team celebrated International Women’s Day on 8th March 2023 and continued into the week. As part of this, the team showcased its female members’ achievements, together with some useful resources highlighting how crucial it is to integrate and be mindful of the woman’s perspective in our work. The first such […]

Emma Harris writes article for Counsel Magazine

Emma Harris, a senior practitioner in Chambers’ Civil and Immigration and Public Law practice teams, has written an article published by Counsel magazine. The article is titled ‘Parental leave planning for the self-employed’. Emma, who has recently started a period of parental leave, shares her experiences of trying to plan for the same. Not an […]


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