Some Groundbreaking Cases
Represented a victim of rape in one of the first cases that defined gaslighting as domestic abuse.
Instrumental in defining coercive and controlling behaviour as domestic abuse and harmful to victims and children.
Successfully appealed a number of cases where the family court failed to implement special measures for complainants of domestic abuse and failed to apply PD12J.
Represented Kate Griffiths MP in a landmark judgment which introduced a presumption that a victim should never pay towards the costs of contact between a child and a perpetrator.
Represented a complainant where the judge set out important guidance on disclosing intimate images or videos in rape and domestic abuse cases.
Secured protection for victims of child marriage and FGM.