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INTRODUCING

Julie Richardson

Called Called in 2003

Email julie.richardson@parklaneplowden.co.uk

Web parklaneplowden.co.uk/barristers/Julie-Richardson/

About Julie Richardson

Following call to the Bar in July 2003 by the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple, Julie commenced her career in Crime and Prison Law, representing defendants within the Magistrates court and prisoners at parole hearings and in appealing life sentence tariffs.

In 2007 Julie moved into Family Law and has experience in both Private and Public Family Law having worked in private practice and for both South Tyneside Council and Northumberland County Council; her local authority experience has provided her with invaluable exposure and insight into family care cases at all levels.

Julie came to Parklane Plowden Chambers in October 2016 and became a tenant in January 2017.

Julie now practices exclusively in Family Law and represents parents, grandparents, children and Local Authorities.

Personal Details

Education: LLB (Hons) Law (2002), Bar Vocational Course ( 2003), Qualified Lawyers Transfer (2007)
Professional Associations: North Eastern Circuit

Specialist Practice Areas

Lectures/Seminars

Julie has provided training and given accredited talks on both private and public Family Law work.

Most recently:

Case preparation - issuing care proceedings

Arrangements concerning children, domestic violence & abuse; the approach adopted by the court.

 

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