Camilla practises in all areas of Family Law though she has a particular interest in Ancillary Relief cases. She has a great deal of experience in ancillary relief cases of all levels. She has conducted a number of complex private law children cases in the High Court, including a no contact order case (with a s.91 (14) bar on future applications), international child abduction cases, one of which featured in the Sussex Press. Her other areas of practice include public law work. She appears for Local Authorities as well as parents and guardians.
Camilla regularly sits on Panels (Disciplinary and Ancillary Relief Adjudications) convened by the Council of The Inns of Court. She sits as Specialist Counsel on the Panel in Ancillary Relief matters. She advises the Panel on whether a barrister has been negligent in Ancillary Relief Proceedings.
Camilla also advises the Legal Services Commission on whether they should provide funding in High Costs cases and cases of significant importance in the High Court and Court of Appeal.
In her spare time, Camilla enjoys travel, reading and music.
BA (Hons) English Literature and Language 2:1 (Manchester University)
Dip Law (City University)
Significant cases include the following
Re V (A Child) 2004 EWCA civ 4
Camilla Wells accepts work from lay clients in accordance with our Public Access Scheme in the following areas -
Divorce and Finance
Family and Children
Please refer to our Public Access section for further information.
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