Osbornes Law Welcomes New Head of International Children17 Apr 2023 | Lauren Hall
Osbornes Law is delighted to announce the arrival of Lauren Hall to the firm.
Lauren Hall joins the family department as a Partner and ‘Head and International Children’. She specialises in international child abduction, children disputes, financial issues upon separation/divorce and relationship agreements. Lauren is also an expert family mediator.
Lauren is a founding member of the Child Abduction Lawyers Association (CALA), is a member of Resolution and is also an Accredited Resolution Specialist in child abduction and complex financial remedies.
Bridget Thompson, head of family at Osbornes comments:
“We are very pleased to welcome Lauren to the firm and family department. She is a very experienced lawyer who is well-known for her dedication to clients. As head of international children, she takes charge of a busy, and highly regarded team of lawyers who specialise in international children matters, including abduction, adoption and surrogacy”.
Lauren joins Osbornes from a Chambers HNW band one family law firm. She is recognised as a leading lawyer in both Chambers UK and The Legal 500.
Chambers describes Lauren as “bringing a great degree of humanity and warmth to her cases, as well as a great deal of knowledge in international abduction.”
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"Lauren is hugely energetic and always pleasant to deal with."
"Lauren brings a great degree of humanity and warmth to her cases, as well as a great deal of knowledge in international abduction."
"Lauren is a very experienced children lawyer who is astute as to what the issues are."
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