Complex cases involving the children of families in which there are adults suspected of undertaking activities linked to terrorism or of involvement in radicalisation are facing family judges up and down the country as child protection services grapple to deal with the immediate effects of extremism.
Natasha Kirk appears in Family Law discussing the steps that can be taken by courts to ensure children are safeguarded from the effects of extremism.
How can the courts protect children from extremism? is available to read on the Family Law website.
Natasha is an associate solicitor in the children law team. She is experienced in advising clients in a wide range of matters including adoption, children arrangements following separation or divorce, care proceedings and injunctions. Much of Natasha's work involves international clients.