Niamh Wilkie writes for Family Law Week about the case of Re T (Abduction: Protective Measures: Agreement to Return) and considers the lessons that need to be learned. This article is available on the Family Law Week Website.

This article focuses on those lessons to be learned, highlighting the important legal principles and practical steps which ought to be taken by practitioners and indeed the court in cases of this nature as set out by Cobb J in his judgment.

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Niamh Wilkie practices exclusively in family law. Prior to joining the Bar in England, she worked as a Barrister and in other legal disciplines in the Republic of Ireland, the Middle East, and the USA. She holds a specialist qualification in international arbitration. Niamh is also qualified to accept direct access instructions.

Niamh is noted for her firm and direct approach in court. She maintains strong communication with solicitors and clients and provides a very personable approach to clients whilst maintaining a professional tenacity towards opponents.