As well as the news and the views, we want to give you an insight into the people who work on the front lines of family law: barristers, commentators and leading figures. So, we’re offering a section for in-depth but light-hearted interviews. We’re starting with barristers – the speakers and performers of the family law world – to find out how they got in, how they get on and what they think about court room dramas.
Professor Dr Geeta Nargund – for she is both Professor and Doctor – is the award-winning Medical Director of CREATE Fertility. She is also a Senior Consultant Gynaecologist and Lead Consultant for Reproductive Medicine services at St George’s Hospital, London.
The wonderful and dynamic Christine Armstrong is a co-founder of Jericho Chambers, a progressive communications consultancy that is structured like a barristers’ set.
Eminent academic Professor Rosemary Hunter is a lecturer in family law, jurisprudence and legal theory as well as being a specialist in socio-legal studies and gender at Queen Mary, University of London.
Vardags director Arron Bortoft discusses his new task of heading up the new Cambridge office, children’s parties and of course, how he would change the law. First things first: could you tell me a bit about your background? My name is Arron Bortoft. I grew up on Tonbridge, Kent and moved up to London in… Read more »
Senior family barrister at 1 Hare Court, member of Queen’s Counsel, prolific writer and all round great character Valentine Le Grice QC talks to us about life, literature and why divorce lawyers are a lot like gynaecologists.