Chambers are delighted to congratulate Tom Urwin on his appointment by the Lord Chief Justice as a Deputy District Judge appointed to the Western Circuit. Tom will also continue to accept instructions in his specialist areas of matrimonial finance disputes […]
Members of Chambers act for individuals, companies, government bodies and local authorities, both locally and nationwide, many of whom can be instructed directly by non-lawyers, through the Direct and Licensed Access schemes.
Chambers is based in Exeter, next to the Combined Court and Employment Tribunal, and incorporates specially designed mediation facilities.
Magdalen Chambers is a well-respected chambers operating out of Exeter. Members of the set are regularly instructed in financial remedy and private child law matters. Its barristers represent local authorities, parents and guardians in a range of complex matters including sexual abuse, non-accidental injury and care proceedings. The set is described as “excellent: friendly, helpful and efficient.”
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Jennifer Smith – Parental Responsibility and Declarations of Non-Parentage: A Non-Biological Father named on a Child’s Birth Certificate.
Parental responsibility is a concept applicable to all private and public law children cases, but what happens when a non-biological father has acquired parental responsibility by being named on the birth certificate as the child’s father? There are circumstances in […]
Thursday 14th March 2024 9.30am-4:30pm Duke of Cornwall Hotel, PlymouthWe are delighted to announce the date of our Care Conference with the theme of Non Accidental Injury and fact-finding hearings in care proceedings. Hosted by our Head of Family Christian Gape Susan Campbell KCJennifer SmithEmma […]
Mental Health Tribunal success for Tanya Jones resulting in client being discharged from their sectioning.
Tanya Jones was instructed by Rebecca Moore of Coodes Solicitors to represent their client in an application to the First-Tier Tribunal (Mental Health). The client had been detained under section 2 of the Mental Health Act 1983 (admission for assessment). […]
Rachel has undertaken the Bar Standards Board approved training course and can now accept instructions in Family Law, further enhancing our qualified team. Rachel is an experienced family law Barrister with a particular expertise and interest in cases where neurodiversity […]
Presented by Charles Shwenn we invite you to a breakfast seminar on Monday 20th November from 8.30am until 9.00am. Continental Breakfast and refreshments provided from 8.00am. […]
Members of our Financial Family Team will be joined by specialists in this area to include His Honour Judge MitchellBen Lee, Anderson – Crypto Currencies (an update)Prab Singh, 55 Plus – Later life, Divorce FinanceGeorge Mathieson – How to avoid […]
We are delighted to welcome four new pupils who commenced their pupillages on 16th October 2023. From left to right Usmaan Siddiqui is undertaking a specialist Family Pupillage under the supervision of Christian Gape and Paul Bitmead. Katie Elford is […]
It’s Business – But not as usual!
At Magdalen Chambers our team have worked non-stop to make sure that we can continue to meet your needs throughout this extraordinary time.
Our Clerks and Members are fully trained and ready to conduct your hearings, conferences and arbitrations remotely, with practical solutions for the tricky issues which arise from time to time in this changing situation.
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