Cathedral Chambers is the first specialist family law set in Wales and was founded on the 2nd April 2012.
We are based in both Cardiff and Newport and are pleased to accept instructions from solicitors and public access clients in Wales and England. We aim to provide a wide-ranging and professional approach to all aspects of family law.
Cathedral Chambers believe that a specialist set can provide a uniquely tailored approach which will benefit all clients, including Local Authorities, parents, alternative family members, children, Guardians, professional and lay clients.
Cathedral Chambers offers direct access services and mediation services.
Members of Chambers are from all levels of call and have experience of appearing in all Courts, ranging from the Family Proceedings Court to the Court of Appeal.
Members of Cathedral Chambers are regularly involved in representing clients in public and private law proceedings, financial remedies, TOLATA applications and claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependents) Act 1975
We are delighted to be clerked by Miss Nicola Morgan who has 18 years of family clerking experience. Many professional clients will know Miss Morgan as a former family clerk to Temple Chambers.
Members of Cathedral Chambers relish the prospect of providing a new and excellent service to all clients, facing the challenges and changes to family law by the delivery of expert advocacy and focused legal advice.
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5 years after establishing the first Welsh specialised family practice serving Wales and the West, Cathedral Chambers has seen a steady increase in the volume and quality of work from our loyal instructing solicitors and from new clients.
We are looking to recruit practitioners at all levels of call who are interested in joining this specialist set which is renowned for the expertise of its advocates.
We would particularly like to talk to established practitioners already working in our region, but also to individuals who are interested in relocating.
If you are interested in joining us at Cathedral Chambers please send a covering letter and CV to our Senior Clerk Miss Nicola Morgan by email to Miss Nicola Morgan or by post to Cathedral Chambers,
10 Clytha Park Road,
A confidential telephone conversation can also be held with Miss Morgan on 01633 215112.
All applications will be dealt with in the strictest confidence.
21-November-2016 - Congratulations!
Congratulation to Christine Abbott on her Appointment as Legal Assessor to the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC).
14-September-2016 - Cathedral Chambers will hold a second mock trial this Saturday!
Cathedral Chambers is holding a second Mock trial for their pupils on Saturday. Our pupils, during their first six, will undergo two formal assessments.
The first assessment was a mock trial in public children law on 18th June 2016. The second assessment will be related to private children law. This concludes their first six process giving, our pupils a fully rounded training in all aspects of Family Law, So they are ready to embark on their second six very soon!
Our pupils go to London
Wishing our pupils the best of luck at the Middle Temple advocacy course We hope the girls find some time to enjoy their 2 weeks in London.
Chambers day out in the Wye.
Mock trial at Chambers
Felicie Lucas presenting our pupils with their gifts from Chambers. Well done to the girls for their hard work in preparing for the trial! Chambers is very very proud.
View more about our mock trial..
Tasleem Riaz is back
We are delighted to welcome back our junior clerk Tasleem Riaz following her maternity leave. Tasleem will be available in the office from Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and will be happy to assist with any enquiries as to counsel availability, billing, and fees.
Fundraiser Dean Ware set to become 'the first cyclist to PEDAL a timed lap on the Top Gear track'
Cathedral Chambers is proud to be one of Dean Ware's sponsors and wishes him good luck. It's a very good cause if anyone can spare any money. To find out more and how to donate to the cause, read the WalesOnline article found here.