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30 October 2015

Chambers & Partners Guide 2016

Chambers are delighted that Gemma Farrington & Joanne Porter have been ranked in the Chambers & Partners 2016 guide.

Gemma Farrington - Praised for her technical ability, particularly in care proceedings and fact-finding hearings concerning non-accidental injury and abuse. She also undertakes private law children work.

Strengths: 'She is intelligent, tenacious and personable. She's got all the tools at her disposal and she is very level-headed. 'She is an excellent, intelligent lawyer. She is also very conscientious and always on top of what she is doing."

Joanne Porter - Junior with noteworthy experience in private and public law children matters. She has a significant focus on non-accidental injury, and sexual and physical abuse. She is particularly noted for her work with migrant families from Eastern Europe.

Strengths: "Her particular forte is the international element. She is great on Eastern European cases." "She stands out in care work; she knows the law very well."