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Exeter lawyer appointed to Children’s Panel

Cartridges Law’s Hannah Quick has been appointed to the Law Society Children’s Panel – an accreditation which means she can now represent children in court.

The Children Law Accreditation is a recognised quality standard for practitioners representing children in children law proceedings. Membership is granted to individuals who have demonstrated an unparalleled understanding of the complexities involved in ensuring the welfare of children in legal matters and have satisfied the panel as to their experience in this area of work.

Hannah, who has a strong background in family law and has been with Cartridges Law since 2016, will now be able to represent children in legal cases, following the successful completion of a training course, assessment and interview.

She said: “This is an additional qualification which means I can now receive instructions from children and their court appointed Guardians. It not only expands the number of clients I can represent, but it is the next step on my career path and will also enhance the work that I do representing parents.

“I really enjoy this area of work, it can be challenging because of the nature of the cases, but the work we do and the importance of the advice we are giving means we can really help our clients.”

The accreditation will also mean Hannah can support Cartridges Law partner Nicky Mein, who is also a member of the Children’s Panel.

Nicky said: “Hannah has consistently shown a deep commitment to providing empathetic and effective legal representation. Her appointment to the Children’s Panel is a testament to her dedication to ensuring the best outcomes for children involved in legal proceedings.

“At Cartridges Law, we are known for our commitment to excellence and client-centric approach. Hannah’s appointment not only reflects her individual accomplishments but also aligns with the firm’s core values of integrity, expertise, and a focus on the well-being of clients.”