ProfileJacqueline is from Lancashire and has always practiced on the Northern circuit, starting
out in chambers in Liverpool and then in 2006 found herself unable to resist
the move to Preston to further enhance her practice. Her belief was and still
is that the work in this area of the country gives rise to many problems not
seen elsewhere and ensures that a practitioner is never bored!
Jacqueline practices mostly in the field of and areas associated with Family law.
Jacqueline deals with divorce and all matters arising from those proceedings including proceedings in respect of the arrangements for children and all financial claims.
She is indefatigable in her representation of her client . Jacqueline is also recognised at skilled in adopting the softly softly approach with the client and opposition when needed but she is not afraid to be robust with both the client and the court as required.
Court of Protection
A growing area of Jacqueline’s practice has been in the Court of Protection and in
relation to all aspects of proceedings relating to vulnerable adults
Jacqueline also has experience appearing before tribunals relating to professional discipline . She is happy to represent parties before their Regulatory authorities and will assist at all steps. Of particular interest is the representation of Social Care professionals including Social Workers, Foster Carers and other child care related professionals
Wall is an excellent barrister. She is fearless in her advocacy, yet forthright
and friendly in her approach to the client.”
Wall is extremely professional at all times in her dealings with both clients
and other members of the profession and is extremely approachable at any time.
I would not hesitate to instruct her on any Family matter.”
Wall is an extremely accomplished advocate who I have instructed many
times. Miss Wall is always professional with clients and provides clear
advice. I would have no hesitation in recommending Miss Wall.”
with particularly difficult and obnoxious clients.”
strong advice in a humane way.”
give up in the face of judicial pressure.”
Delaney  2 FLR 457 the case which is blamed for the introduction of the
K v K (Property
Transfer)  2 FLR 220
County Council V B  1 FLR 583
RE R (contact:
Human Embryology and Fertilisation Act  1 FLR 247
Court cases relating to:-
the refusal by the parents to
immunise their children;
the use of the inherent
jurisdiction to authorise the refusal to resuscitate a child;
the protection of a vulnerable
child from her father utilising the Court of Protection;
the protection of a child from
a Forced Marriage
the return of children to their
country of origin against the wishes of a parent.
is a regular lecturer on family law related topics. Jacqueline lectures
to many professionals in relation to the law and also in relation to
presentation within the court arena and advocacy.
Member on the Family Law Bar Association
Medico Legal Association
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