Call the cyber-cops! Why the long arm of the law is needed to tackle online stalking

Mail Plus, August 2021.

The discredited legal tactic that’s putting abused UK children in danger

The Guardian, July 2021

Family Courts are disturbingly out of touch in dealing with domestic abuse

The Guardian, April 2021.

How family courts should address domestic abuse

Counsel, forthcoming

A critical examination of the family court’s approach to domestic abuse in private law children cases: where are we now? Part I and Part II (published separately)

Family Law Journal, forthcoming

Human Rights barrister says ‘relentless harassment’ of girls is restricting their freedom

Daily Express, 1.05.2021

Family courts are disturbingly out of touch in dealing with domestic abuse. Regular training sessions for judges and magistrates should be mandatory, as a Lords amendment I helped draft lays out

The Guardian, 3.04.2021

Guidance from the Court of Appeal on domestic abuse and fact-finding hearings in H-N and Others [2021]

Lexis Nexis, April 2021

Analysis of the Historic Court of Appeal case on the Family Court and Violence against women

Centre for Women’s Justice, April 2021

Widespread concerns still exist in relation to the discrimination towards women and girls and FGM’

Co-authored, Archives of Disease in Childhood, 2021

The time is right to introduce an independent commissioner

Co-authored, British Journal of Midwifery, 2021.

Why it is time for an FGM Commissioner–practical responses to feminised issues

Co-authored, Family Law Journal, 6.08.2020

Britain is failing victims of FGM

Stylist magazine, August 2020

A review of the law surrounding Female Genital Mutilation Protection Orders

Co-authored, British Journal of Midwifery, July 2020

Breaking the silence: the difference in legal frameworks between the US and the UK when it comes to dealing with sexual harassment on campus

Times Literary Supplement, 10.04.2020

Disclosure in rape trials: an unjustified moral panic in rape cases? 

Co-authored, Counsel magazine, 01.03.2020

The courts’ outdated views on domestic violence are putting vulnerable children at risk of harm

The Independent, 27.01.2020

Abuse victims deserve a well-funded justice system – Structural problems that have led to falling numbers of rape prosecutions cannot be solved without sufficient resources

Co-authored, The Times, 18.12.2019

The Law on FGM and Travel Ban, Re X (FGMPO No 2) [2019] EWHC 1990 (Fam)

Co-authored, Family Law Journal, November 2019

Co-authored, International Family Law Journal 2019, issue 4, page 237

Campus rape: breach of care

Co-authored, Counsel Magazine, November 2019 

Ban child marriage: safeguard children’s futures

Co-authored, Counsel Magazine, November 2019

Medically unnecessary genital cutting and the rights of the child: moving toward consensus

Co-authored, The American Journal of Bioethics, 26.09.2019

Britain claims it protects girls from FGM. So why are we deporting them? 

The Guardian, 26.09.2019

Cambridge University needs to tackle its institutional rape problem

The Telegraph, 29.07.2019

Child marriage in Britain is not illegal – I’m fighting to end it

The Telegraph, 22.07.2019

FGM Asylum Claims

Counsel Magazine, 01.07.2019

No, accused rapists should absolutely not be given anonymity – this is why

The Independent, 01.07.2019

I’ve seen how lawyers’ sexism corrupts justice. This is how to change the industry. We need tough sanctions for sexual harassment, gender parity in chambers, and to close the pay gap, in a radical overhaul.

The Guardian, 18.05.2019

The legal profession is rife with prejudice – I’ve seen it first-hand

The Guardian, 18.02.2019

Groped in court and told we’re ‘too ugly to rape’ – life for female lawyers is one long stag do

Telegraph, 14.02.2019