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Answers to 10 Thorny Questions: Directly from 7 QCs of Outstanding Ability
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Chaired by: Kate Branigan QC of 4PB
Kate specialises in serious injuries; fabricated or induced illness behaviour; sexual abuse and psychiatric difficulties. "Her humanity and warmth shine through in her client care.”
Answered by: Stefano Nuvoloni QC of No.5 Chambers
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: Kathryn Skellorn QC of St John's Chambers
Kathryn is "exceptional for public children cases." "Her meticulously forensic approach and excellent client manner are second to none." She sits as a recorder on the Western Circuit.
Answered by: Andrew Bagchi QC of 1GC
Andrew is an "outstanding children silk with a fantastic ability to analyse parents’ motives and behaviour." He routinely appears in highly sensitive and difficult cases.
Answered by: Julia Cheetham QC of Deans Court Chambers
Julia is highly experienced in cases of serious injuries and sexual abuse involving children. "She never fails to impress with her knowledge and proactive approach.”
Answered by: Lorraine Cavanagh QC of St John's Buildings
Lorraine recently acted in the rehearing of a fatal injury trial for a father who was accused of smothering a baby. "Her knowledge and attention to detail are second to none."
Answered by: Susan Grocott QC of Deans Court Chambers
Susan is "a fabulous advocate and leader" and "rapidly distils complex information to the essential arguments." She sits as a Deputy High Court Judge.
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All speaker quotes are taken from Chambers Directory, Who’s Who Legal or Legal 500