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Police Disclosure in Family Proceedings

Speaker: Jibreel Tramboo
Chambers: Church Court Chambers

This seminar offers a broad introduction to police disclosure in family proceedings before offering insightful tips and advice on the subject, as well as practical examples in the form of case studies. In detail, the seminar looks at:

What is police disclosure?
How does it work?
Practical considerations
Does it work
Public law

Relevant law

2013 Protocol and Good Practice Model
Lancashire County Council v A, B and Z (A Child: Fact Finding Hearing: Police Disclosure) [2018] EWHC 1819 (Fam) (judgment: 2 July 2018)
Re L (A Child) [2017] EWHC 3707 (Fam).

Jibreel has a broad mixed common law practice. He has earned a reputation as a strong, robust and thorough advocate – often providing solutions to complex cases. He has also undertaken human rights work with a non-governmental organisation on various human rights situations across the world (including Yemen, Kashmir, Alaska, Palestine). He has attended sessions within the United Nations (Palais Des Nations, Geneva) and the European Parliament.

Jibreel’s expertise in the Family area begins with private child law – often building a strong rapport with his clients so that they feel comfortable and feel the compassion that he offers. Alongside this, he has dealt with wide-ranging financial issues between separated parties.

Jibreel has appeared at the First-tier Tribunal and Upper Tribunal dealing with complex public and human rights matters. He regularly advocates on the engagement of Article 8 ECHR. He often appears on matters of immigration and has expertly dealt with all relevant matters on Immigration to which he has provided effective and successful outcomes.