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Boardman, Hawkins & Osborne LLP

Emily Boardman

Abingdon, UK UK Guide 2022 Ranked in 1 departments
Ranked in : Family/Matrimonial
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Emily Boardman primarily represents parents in a wide range of both public and private children law cases, including care proceedings and injury investigations. She also has specialist expertise in adoption-related work.
"From the initial call I had with her, where she showed the utmost of kindness and compassion to my situation, through to our last outing in court, her passion for getting justice for me and my family is paramount."
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Practice Areas

Emily undertakes any complex family cases involving children but specialises particularly in cases against social services and private adoptions.

Career

Emily trained in London and spent 12 years as the head of the family department in another firm before leaving to establish BH&O LLP in 2018.

Professional Memberships

Emily is a member of the Association of Lawyers for Children and The Law Society’s Children Panel.

Publications

Emily represented a great-aunt in a successful appeal in the Court of Appeal against a Placement and Care Order for her great-nephew (Re W (A child) [2019]). The great-aunt was also successful in obtaining costs against the Local Authority as a result of their conduct of the case. Emily wrote about the case for The Transparency Project

She represented the Mother in the appeal brought by Louise Tickle and the BBC against a Reporting Restriction Order in the case of Re R [2019]. Emily wrote about the case and was featured in The Law Society Gazette.

Emily has written two published articles on challenging interim threshold as a consequence of two successful challenges in Re C (permission to withdraw: medical evidence: interim threshold not crossed) [2018] and Re G (interim threshold) [2017].

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Emily Boardman

Boardman, Hawkins & Osborne LLP

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