Reasons to choose Wilson Browne
Congratulations to Nick Herring who has recently received confirmation that he has been reaccredited to the Law Society Children panel.
To apply for the Children Law Accreditation, a lawyer must be:
- a solicitor, or
- a chartered legal executive employed by an SRA regulated practice (where at least one solicitor who specialises in children law work) who holds an advocacy qualification awarded by the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives
Anyone applying must have enough experience to show that they have:
- personally conducted cases and represented parties in children proceedings
- carried out advocacy for clients
- a thorough awareness of ethical issues that can arise in children cases
- an up-to-date knowledge of guidance, legislation, case law and practice developments
- the ability to work directly with children, explore their competence and understand their wishes and feelings.
The Wilson Browne Solicitors, Childcare Team, continues to have all 3 of its specialist solicitors accredited and Nick, with his years of experience and panel membership, has again been reaccredited. Congratulations Nick!