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Naomi McLoughlin

Naomi McLoughlin
Year of call:
2016
Education:
2013
Durham University Law LLB (Hons)
2016
BPTC · Outstanding, BPP Law School Manchester
Career:
2017
Pupil at Park Square Barristers
2016
Advocate at DWF
2013
Fee Earner at Keoghs
Appointments:
Junior Junior Panel, Government Legal Department
Memberships:
PIBA FLBA Lawyers for Children
Awards:
2017
Walter Wigglesworth Scholarship (Lincoln’s Inn)
2016
Buchanan Prize (Lincoln’s Inn)
2015
BPP Regional Scholarship (BPP Manchester) Hardwicke Entrance Award (Lincoln’s Inn) Sir Thomas More Bursary (Lincoln’s Inn)

Public Law

Naomi receives instructions from all parties involved in care proceedings and repeatedly represents parties in multi-day hearings.

She is instructed on a wide range of cases including matters which involve issues of sexual abuse, physical abuse, non-accidental injuries, serious neglect, parents with learning difficulties or who lack capacity, substance misuse and oral expert evidence.

Naomi also delivered training to social workers at Leeds City Council.

Instructing Solicitor, 2018: ‘Naomi did a fantastic job, not only with her advocacy but in her interaction with the client and keeping me informed throughout.’

Trial Judge, 2018: ‘Miss McLoughlin dealt with the matter in a way which reflected abilities far beyond her year of call.’

Private Law

Naomi is instructed regularly to represent parents and children in private child arrangement disputes. She provides representation at all stages of proceedings including contested final hearings and finding of fact hearings.

Naomi was recently successful on appeal following the making of a final order for indirect contact. The issues surrounded domestic violence and the subsequent impact on ongoing contact between her client and their child.

 

Contact Naomi’s clerks

Claudine Cooper on 0113 202 8604

Paul Foster  on 0113 213 5209