Hari Kaur practices in the areas of Family Law and Personal Injury (including coroner’s courts).
Hari has significant experience in the family courts in cases involving sexual abuse and serious/fatal alleged non-accidental injury cases. She is regularly instructed in cases where cross examination is required of various medical experts including: paediatric neurosurgeons, neuro – radiologists, paediatricians and geneticists.
This extensive experience has proved invaluable in civil cases where Hari accepts instructions in claims arising from failure to remove cases and non-recent sexual abuse cases.
Furthermore, her considerable background in dealing with complex medico legal issues has resulted in instructions being received from NHS Trusts where the Trust seeks advice as to whether to intervene in family proceedings where allegations of negligence are being made against the NHS Trust. Such cases are usually in the context of allegations of non-accidental injury.
The complexity of Hari’s practice is such that she is led by Queen’s Counsel on numerous cases and also regularly appears, without Queens Counsel, in cases where one or more of the other parties have instructed Leaders.
Hari is qualified to accept instructions directly from clients and is registered under the Bar Council’s Public Access Scheme, meaning that members of the public who seek specialist advice can come direct to her. In addition, she welcomes instructions from solicitors, in-house law departments, qualified foreign lawyers, and clients licensed by the Bar Council to give instructions direct to barristers under the Bar Council’s Licensed Access Scheme. For more information please visit our Direct Access page here.
Hari is specifically known for her expertise in the following children cases:
Hari’s experiences in dealing with complex family law cases in the public law sphere means that she is very familiar with social services structures and the statutory duties of Local Authorities. She is able to use this experience to her advantage when accepting instructions in civil cases where there are allegations of historic sexual abuse, allegations about the care received at the hands of a foster carers and in ‘failure to remove’ cases.
Her vast experience in dealing with medical evidence also means that she is well suited to accepting instructions in the coroner’s court.
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