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Zimran Samuel
Barrister | Doughty Street Chambers
Zimran is a specialist in children law and human rights. He practices predominately in the High Court.

Acting for Local Authorities, parents and children, he has had extensive exposure to care proceedings involving children who have suffered from non-accidental injuries, long term neglect, sexual abuse and manipulated or factitious illness. He is regularly instructed on behalf of Police Authorities and Local Authorities in disclosure and public interest immunity applications in both the family and criminal jurisdictions. In private children law matters, Zimran is familiar with the full range of Section 8 applications as well as matters falling under the Family Law Act 1996.

Zimran is particularly interested in cases with a human rights element and has been involved in numerous successful appeals under Articles 6 and 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights. In respect of international family cases, Zimran undertakes cases involving relocation and child abduction. He is experienced in dealing with forced-marriage matters having been instructed in several cases since the implementation of the Forced Marriage Act 2007.

Prior to coming to the Bar, Zimran worked as part of a legal team at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. He regularly attended meetings of the UN General Assembly and the Security Council. Zimran retains a strong interest in public international law and the international protection of human rights. He is an elected member of the Executive Committee of the Bar Human Rights Committee (BHRC) and has assisted the BHRC with litigation in Nepal and Pakistan. He is currently undertaking work for several international organisations including UNICEF.
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Barrister | Doughty Street Chambers
Zimran is a specialist in children law and human rights. He practices predominately in the High Court.

Acting for Local Authorities, parents and children, he has had extensive exposure to care proceedings involving children who have suffered from non-accidental injuries, long term neglect, sexual abuse and manipulated or factitious illness. He is regularly instructed on behalf of Police Authorities and Local Authorities in disclosure and public interest immunity applications in both the family and criminal jurisdictions. In private children law matters, Zimran is familiar with the full range of Section 8 applications as well as matters falling under the Family Law Act 1996.

Zimran is particularly interested in cases with a human rights element and has been involved in numerous successful appeals under Articles 6 and 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights. In respect of international family cases, Zimran undertakes cases involving relocation and child abduction. He is experienced in dealing with forced-marriage matters having been instructed in several cases since the implementation of the Forced Marriage Act 2007.

Prior to coming to the Bar, Zimran worked as part of a legal team at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. He regularly attended meetings of the UN General Assembly and the Security Council. Zimran retains a strong interest in public international law and the international protection of human rights. He is an elected member of the Executive Committee of the Bar Human Rights Committee (BHRC) and has assisted the BHRC with litigation in Nepal and Pakistan. He is currently undertaking work for several international organisations including UNICEF.
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The below is an extract from Zimran Samuel's forthcoming book, Female Genital Mutilation: Law and Practice, due to be published in late March 2017. The book contains the latest case-law, practice and...
The Court of Appeal has allowed the appeal of a mother seeking to relocate with her two children, aged 3 and 2 years old, to Germany. Both parents are German nationals who were born and raised...
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