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Maureen Obi-Ezekpazu - Career Highlights
Admitted to the Law Society Roll of Solicitors for England and Wales 15th October 1991.
In private practice Maureen gained wide experience in general civil law and family litigation.
Appointed to Law Society Children’s Panel in 1996 as an expert in representing children and parents in family disputes.
1997 moved to Cartwright Cunningham Haselgrove & Co to specialise in children and family law. Later as a Partner in the firm, oversaw Children and Family work within the practise.
2007 Appointed Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, as an innovator and forward thinking individual.
Became a successful freelance Solicitor Advocate providing consultation services to Solicitors prior to being called to the Bar in 2008.
Joined Tooks Chambers in September 2008 as a Barrister, with expertise in children, family and human rights education.
Appointed as a Mediator accredited by The School Of Psychotherapy and Counselling Psychology, London in 2010.
In the same year set up Families for Justice where she provided insights into the justice system. Through the use of blogs and articles this has provided tools by which people have moved through the family court with ease.
Became a Member of the Civil Mediation Council in 2011.
Maureen has delivered many legal seminars to professional clients.
Appointed a Member of the Association of Women Judges (2012).
Maureen is a Former Trustee, Vice Chair and Chair of Black Friars Advice Centre between 2006-12.
Former Trustee of Charity Family Rights group 2012-18.