Rebecca Mann LL.B (Hons) (Leic)
Barrister at Law
Called 1995 (Lincoln’s Inn)
Rebecca joined Chambers in February 1997 and is one of its earliest members.
Having practised almost exclusively in Family Law since she came to the Bar, she has now developed a busy specialist Family Law practice and has undertaken a large variety of Public and Private Law children cases in the High Court and County Court.
She has represented parents, grandparents, Guardians and the local authority and has dealt with cases involving allegations of organised child sexual abuse, serious injury including non-accidental head injury and domestic violence. She has recent experience of Human Rights Act applications within the context of care work.
Rebecca receives instructions in a wide range of ancillary relief cases involving businesses, pensions and the disposal of assets.
Other areas of her Family Law practice include inheritance claims within a family law context and domestic violence cases.
She is a member of the Family Law Bar Association and the Swansea Family Law Forum. Rebecca is a qualified direct access Family barrister.
Rebecca Mann is a barrister registered with Bar Standards Board of England and Wales. She is a sole practitioner and has professional liability insurance provided by the Bar Mutual Indemnity Fund Ltd., Bar Mutual Management Company, 90 Fenchurch Street, London EC3M 4ST www.barmutual.co.uk. Bar Mutual provides cover for claims brought anywhere in the world.
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