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Katherine Goss

Called Called in 2002

Email katherine.goss@parklaneplowden.co.uk

Web parklaneplowden.co.uk/barristers/katherine-goss/

About Katherine Goss

Katherine practises exclusively in Family Law, specialising in Private Law children disputes. She joined chambers over ten years ago having practised previously from chambers in Cambridge. Katherine has extensive experience of appearing at all levels of the Family Court.

Education: BA (Hons) University of York; PGDL University of East Anglia; Inns of Court School of Law.

Katherine was called to the Bar in 2002 and is a member of Gray’s Inn. She is a member of the Family Law Bar Association and the North Eastern Circuit.

Katherine received the William Shaw QC scholarship award from Gray’s Inn.

Katherine welcomes instructions in the following areas:

Child Arrangement Orders applications

Specific Issue Orders

Prohibited Steps Orders

Relocation cases

Removal from the jurisdiction

Cases involving domestic abuse

Personal Details

Education: English BA (Hons), University of York (1998) Post Graduate Diploma in Law, University of East Anglia (2001) Scholarships: William Shaw QC Award (Gray's Inn)
Professional Associations: Family Law Bar Association (FLBA)

Specialist Practice Areas

Reported Cases

Re W (Children) [2007] EWCA Civ 753, CA
An Appeal by a father against an Order for no contact in private law proceedings where the mother and children had fled from domestic violence.

Lectures/Seminars

Katherine has presented numerous seminars on various aspects of Family and Child Law to solicitors, social workers and Children's Guardians.

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