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Arrin Nouri

Degree: BPTC, University of Law
LLB (Hons), University of Birmingham
Year of call: 2014
Inn of Court: Inner Temple
Practice areas: Family
Profile: Arrin has developed a busy and varied family law practice covering both Private and Public Law children work, Family Law Act applications and Financial Remedy proceedings. Her conscientious and personable approach makes her a popular choice with clients and instructing solicitors alike.

Areas of Practice

Private Law Children: applications for Child Arrangement Orders, including applications for Prohibited Steps Orders, Specific Issue Orders and Parental Responsibility. Arrin has experience of cases involving domestic abuse, parental alienation and the appointment of rule 16.4 Guardians

Public Law Children: care and adoption proceedings including cases concerning neglect, drug and alcohol misuse, domestic abuse and mental health concerns. Arrin receives instructions from parents, Guardians and other family members and has been instructed in complex multi-day final hearings

Family Law Act Applications: applications for Non-Molestation Orders and Occupation Orders

Financial Remedies: all aspects of family finance including financial remedies on divorce or separation

Arrin also accepts instructions in civil law matters including disputes relating to personal injury, contract and property.


Arrin read Law at the University of Birmingham, before undertaking the Bar Professional Training Course at the University of Law. She gained practical experience alongside her studies through her work as a volunteer with the Birmingham Law School Free Legal Advice Group. Arrin also worked as a volunteer for Birmingham Employment Rights Advice Line. Arrin was awarded numerous advocacy prizes, including the Camm Cup prize by Lord Neuberger. Prior to joining chambers, Arrin was employed as the legal assistant to a leading personal injury barrister. Within this role she conducted legal research and assisted with the preparation of pleadings, advices and schedules for cases involving industrial disease, catastrophic injuries and fatal accidents.

Scholarships & Prizes:
Leonard Woodley Scholarship, Inner Temple (2016)
Winner of the BLS Debating Competition (2014)
Winner of the University of Law Debating Competition (2014)
BPTC Exhibition Award, Inner Temple (2013)
Lady Barber Prize for Mooting, University of Birmingham (2013)
Mistress of the Moots, University of Birmingham (2012-2013)
Lady Barber Prize for Mooting, University of Birmingham (2012)
Winner of the Camm Cup Mooting Competition (2012)

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