Tracey Paskins is a valued member of the Family Team with many years of experience. She was called to the Bar in 2002 at Lincoln’s Inn after completing her LL.B. (Hons) degree from Middlesex University.
Tracey’s practice covers a broad range of areas including financial remedy, public law and private children.
She is authorized for court-appointed representation of parties who are unrepresented and unable to cross-examine a vulnerable witness, having undergone vulnerable witness training.
Tracey has extensive experience in complex cases involving shaking baby syndrome, non-accidental injuries, physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional harm, mental health issues, domestic violence, and jurisdiction issues. She regularly appears in the High Court, County Court, and Family Proceedings Court and is frequently instructed by local authorities, parents, grandparents, and children’s guardians.
In the past Tracey undertook extensive work in the coroner’s court, acting in inquests involving suicides, prison deaths, deaths in custody, accidental death, unlawful killing, and neglect. Tracy retains a working knowledge of crime which often assists in advising clients in family cases.
Tracey’s portfolio includes cases such as LCC v P & B & L (2011), LCC v C & W (2010), and RCC v W F (2010).
Tracey accepts direct access instructions and prides herself on her ability to provide clients with sound legal advice and support. She is committed to achieving the best possible outcomes for her clients while ensuring that their rights are protected.