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Answers to 12 Thorny Questions: Directly from 7 QCs of Outstanding Ability
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Chaired by: Piers Pressdee QC
Piers is "a standout rising star and problem-solver;" "one of the most effective silks in the country." He revised and updated the ‘Children and Young Persons’ volumes of Halsbury’s.
Answered by: Stefano Nuvoloni QC
Stefano is "one of the market leaders in children work; handling the biggest and most complex cases." His primary focus is where expert evidence requires scrutiny.
Answered by: Penny Howe QC
Penny is "quite simply one of the most impressive practitioners in this field." "Superb, assiduous, persuasive and approachable; experienced in all aspects of public children law."
Answered by: Anthony Kirk QC
Anthony is "one of the go-to silks for difficult and challenging care cases." “He is eloquent and highly skilled at helping the clients move towards something that is acceptable.”
Answered by: Amanda Weston QC
Amanda acted in T (A Child)  EWCA on the Court’s jurisdiction to make an order depriving a transgender teen of her liberty where secure accommodation was not available.
Answered by: Tina Cook QC
Tina is "a leading light, incredibly astute: a real star who is utterly dedicated to her cases." She is highly experienced in handling cases involving non-accidental and fatal injury.
Answered by: Gemma Taylor QC
Gemma is "one of the very best silks for her handling of serious public law cases relating to severe injury, abuse and adoption." "She is able to develop cases in such interesting ways."
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