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Family Law Awards 2013 Shortlist

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Anglia DNA
Principal Sponsor of Family Law Awards 2013  

Family Law AwardsJordan Publishing is delighted to announce the shortlist of nominees for the Family Law Awards 2013, sponsored by Anglia DNA.

The awards ceremony will be held on 9 October 2013 at the London Hilton hotel on Park Lane, Mayfair after the prestigious Family Law Conference. Tickets and tables for the evening can be booked by clicking here.

Of the sixteen awards, the shortlist and winners of twelve have been selected by the judging panel, three are open to the family law community to vote via the Family Law Awards website and the Pro Bono award winner will be decided by the trustees of the National Pro Bono Centre.

The judging panel was made up of the heads of the three family law practitioners' associations, the Family Law Bar Association, Resolution and the Association of Lawyers for Children, along with Family Law editors and publishing executives. This year the number of nominations received increased by 50% compared to 2012.

The judges remain independent from the sponsorship activities of the Family Law Awards and under the rules they are not allowed to vote for their own firm or chambers or for any of their colleagues.

The winners of the Pro Bono and Outstanding awards will be announced ahead of the awards ceremony and there isn't a shortlist for these two categories.

The short-listed nominees are (in alphabetical order):

FAMILY LAW PARTNER OF THE YEAR
Sponsored by Goldsmith Chambers

  • James Carroll, Russell Cooke
  • Miranda Fisher, Charles Russell
  • Katherine Gieve, Bindmans
  • Helen Thewlis, Ramsdens

FAMILY LAW ASSOCIATE SOLICITOR OF THE YEAR
Sponsored by 1 Garden Court

  • Rachel Carter, Wollen Michelmore
  • Claire Colbert, Blake Lapthorn
  • Brett Frankle, Withers
  • Roland Humphreys, Walker Smith Way

FAMILY LAW YOUNG SOLICITOR OF THE YEAR
Sponsored by 14 Grays Inn Square

  • Sarah Hughes, Anthony Gold
  • Olivia Piercy, Dawson Cornwell
  • Nadia Salam, GT Stewart
  • Kevin Skinner, Goodman Ray

FAMILY LAW QC OF THE YEAR

  • Tim Amos QC, Queen Elizabeth Buildings Chambers
  • Jo Delahunty QC, 4 Paper Buildings
  • Sally Harrison QC, St John's Chambers
  • Alison Russell QC, 1 Garden Court

FAMILY LAW JUNIOR BARRISTER OF THE YEAR
Sponsored by 1 King's Bench Walk

  • Ian Bugg, 1 Garden Court
  • Katy Chokowry, 1 Kings Bench Walk
  • Alison Grief, 4 Paper Buildings
  • Hassan Khan, 4 Paper Buildings

FAMILY LAW YOUNG BARRISTER OF THE YEAR

  • Mehvish Chaudhry, Harcourt Chambers
  • Penelope Clapham, 1 Garden Court
  • Radhika Handa, Coram Chambers
  • Andrew Powell, 4 Paper Buildings

INTERNATIONAL FAMILY LAWYER OF THE YEAR

  • David Hodson, The International Family Law Group
  • William Longrigg, Charles Russell
  • Carolynn Usher
  • David Williams QC, 4 Paper Buildings

FAMILY LAW FIRM OF THE YEAR AWARD
Sponsored by 4 Paper Buildings

  • Co-operative Legal Services
  • Dawson Cornwell
  • Freemans Solicitors
  • Turpin & Miller

FAMILY LAW CHAMBERS OF THE YEAR AWARD

  • 29 Bedford Row
  • 4 Paper Buildings
  • 30 Park Place
  • St Ives Chambers

FAMILY LAW ADR PRACTITIONER OF THE YEAR AWARD

  • Denise Carter, International Family Law Group LLP
  • Gillian Bishop, Family Law in Partnership
  • Suzanne Kingston, Withers
  • Margaret Pendlebury, Hampshire Family Mediation, MiD Mediation in Divorce

LOCAL AUTHORITY FAMILY LAWYER OF THE YEAR
Sponsored by 4 Paper Buildings

  • Kate Loader, Staffordshire County Council Childcare Litigation Department
  • Jessica Harries, Torbay Council
  • Sarah Brindley, Staffordshire County Council Childcare Litigation Department
  • Judith Maher, Knowsley MBC

MOST INNOVATIVE FAMILY LAWYER OF THE YEAR AWARD (Community Vote)
Sponsored by Claritest

FAMILY LAW LEGAL EXECUTIVE OF THE YEAR (Community Vote)

FAMILY LAW COMMENTATOR OF THE YEAR (Community Vote)

Jordan Publishing would like to congratulate all the shortlisted nominees and thank everyone who submitted a nomination. We would also like to thank the judges for carefully reading all the nominations and drawing up the shortlist.

Join the conversation about the awards on Twitter use the hashtag: #familylawawards.

 

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