Lee Pearman featured in Heart Matters Magazine

08th Dec 2021

Four Brick Court’s Lee Pearman, who specialises in child protection, bravely sat down with Heart Matters magazine to speak about his experience when he had a stent fitted.

Click the link below to read the full article.

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Keileigh Pink pays tribute to Ian Griffin in Family Affairs.

08th Dec 2021

Keileigh Pink pays tribute to Ian Griffin in Family Affairs, a moving account that was first delivered at Ian’s memorial service and made such an impression Keileigh was invited to submit the text for inclusion in the FLBA magazine. Chambers has launched ‘Law Together’ to build on Ian’s vision of inclusion and diversity in our profession.

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Law Together – ROK

08th Dec 2021

Proud to announce that @ReachOut2Kids has been selected as an official partner of Law Together, a legacy project launched by us in loving memory of Ian Griffin, the former head chambers. We aim to increase the number of underprivileged and unrepresented groups at the Bar.

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Law Together

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Bibi Badejo on her re-election to the FLBA

18th Oct 2021

Huge congratulations to Bibi Badejo on her re-election to the FLBA committee, we are delighted for her.
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Lauren Bovington

11th Oct 2021

So pleased to announce that Lauren Bovington has returned to chambers to resume her second six-month pupillage; welcome back, Lauren, and wish you every success!

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4BC Pupils 2021

11th Oct 2021

We are delighted to welcome our new pupils Alice Scanlan and Roshni Popli to chambers; we wish them well in their pupillage and future careers at the Bar!

Remembering Ian Griffin

24th Sep 2021

We remember our previous Head of Chambers and dear friend, Ian Griffin with much love.

Read more about his legacy here.

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Sophie Crampton – Young Bar Advocate Executive Committee

16th Sep 2021

Sophie Crampton is part of the newly formed Young Bar Advocate Executive Committee, which aims to support young barristers in pro bono work.

Introducing the Young Bar Advocate Executive Committee (

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4BC’s Bibi Badejo – FLBA National Committee and Wellbeing Team

16th Sep 2021

The FLBA (FamilyLawBar) elections are open! 4BC’s Bibi Badejo is seeking reelection to continue her fabulous work on the FLBA National Committee and Wellbeing Team. Voting is open to all FLBA members. Ballots close at 12 noon on 4 October.

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#10000BlackInterns Scheme

07th Sep 2021

We are delighted to announce that we have committed to hosting an intern as part of the Bar’s collective participation in the #10000BlackInterns scheme. More information can be found at

Welcome to the 4BC family! Keileigh, Harry and Amanda!

04th Aug 2021

We are delighted that Keileigh Pink, Harry Simons and Amanda Wallace have accepted offers of tenancy with us! They have all been excellent pupils and pushed through despite the challenges of remote pupillage.

Welcome to the 4BC family!


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Christina Warner is the winner of the WeAreTheCity Law (Lynne Freeman) Award 2021!

26th May 2021

We’re incredibly proud to announce that Christina Warner is the winner of the WeAreTheCity Law (Lynne Freeman) Award 2021!

Christina has been honoured for her incredible work in family law and animal protection law. She has been recognised for her voluntary work helping LGBTQ and Latinx people living in situations of hate crime and/or domestic abuse and raising awareness of animal rights and welfare issues.

Christina has worked tirelessly raising awareness of the need for social mobility and access to justice, proudly representing marginalised community members through her pro bono work highlighting their rights and those of their children. She also raises awareness of issues surrounding sexual and gender-based violence on both a national and international level, having been published in numerous leading legal publications.

Find out more about Christina’s award-winning work here:

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Christina Warner featured in this month’s edition of Counsel Magazine

10th May 2021

Christina Warner is featured in this month’s edition of Counsel Magazine, discussing the impact of the death of Sarah Everard on questions concerning women’s safety, the effects of Covid on recent domestic abuse figures and how there needs to be fundamental shifts in attitudes surrounding issues of consent and approaches towards violence against women and girls.

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Christina Warner writes for Legal Women Magazine – Violence Against Women and Girls: Are we moving in the right direction?

27th Apr 2021

Questioning how society can challenge violence against women and girls, Christina Warner discusses whether enough progress is being made to prevent and tackle the reasons surrounding issues of violence against women and girls.

Christina assesses the need for increased access to resources, services, and education and challenging cultural and customary stereotypes and gender roles as a pivotal way to tackle these ongoing issues.

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Christina Warner – WeAreTheCity Rising Star Award Shortlist

19th Apr 2021

We’re proud to announce that Christina Warner has been shortlisted for the WeAreTheCity Rising Star Award. Christina is a private law specialist and an advocate for animal protection, LGBTQ & Latinx issues, having volunteered with charities raising awareness of social mobility and access to justice in the family courts. Voting opens on 20th April.

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Re J, G and H (Children: Supervision Orders): [2021] EWHC 884 (Fam)

29th Mar 2021

An interesting case with Ummar Farooq Ahmad to read click the link below.

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‘It’s an early knockout? Kicking out a case against parents or intervenors’ with Jacqui Gilliatt

18th Mar 2021

Due to circumstances beyond our control, we are rescheduling tomorrow’s initial seminar, ‘Post-Adoption Contact: less a theory and more a practice.’ With Isabelle Watson.

Now 13th May at 6:00 pm.

Join us tomorrow, Thursday, March 18th, at 6:00 pm for ‘It’s an early knockout? Kicking out a case against parents or intervenors’ with Jacqui Gilliatt

To register, click here:

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Grandparents Plus has changed its name to Kinship

01st Mar 2021


They’ve changed their name to support more kinship families and tackle kinship carers’ invisibility in society.

You can read more about why they’ve changed their name, what they hope to achieve as Kinship in the coming years, as well as find answers to any questions you might have, here:

BarTalk Guest Blog – With Bibi Badejo

23rd Feb 2021

“An advocate is never too experienced to work on their technique.” – Bibi Badejo, Barrister at Four Brick Court and host of The Advocacy Podcast. (2021)

Read Bibi Badejo’s full blog entry here

Also, keep your eyes peeled on The Advocacy Podcast.



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Family Affairs (FLBA) – A Tribute to the late Ian Griffin

01st Feb 2021

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