Ginny is regularly instructed on behalf of local authorities, parents and children in public law proceedings, including complex cases involving serious injuries, abusive head trauma and allegations of sexual abuse. Her practice frequently brings her before judges of the High Court Family Division and she is comfortable and confident in managing difficult cases alone or as junior counsel.
Her extensive experience in applications for deprivation of liberty means Ginny is often called upon by local authorities to provide advice and representation at urgent hearings. Ginny has also represented children and parents in these proceedings and has a detailed and up to date knowledge of the law.
Ginny is particularly experienced in representing teenagers, whether as parents or subject children, and individuals with mental health difficulties. Her compassionate but realistic approach allows Ginny to build an excellent working relationship with clients.
In addition to her public law practice, Ginny appears in complex private law proceedings including cases with elements of parental alienation, those requiring findings of fact and cases where there is a potential for public law proceedings to be issued.
Ginny has completed vulnerable witness advocacy training and subsequently qualified to provide this training to others, making her an excellent choice where children or vulnerable adults will be required to give evidence.
Re G (Child Post-Mortem Report: Delays)  EWFC 55
Cumbria County Council v AT & Ors  EWHC 3107 (Fam)
Cumbria County Council v T (Discharge of Interveners) (Rev 1)  EWFC 58
X (A Child: No 2)  EWHC 1585 (Fam)