Amean has a particular dedication to youth justice (representing competent children) and representing vulnerable parents that suffer from mental illness, significant learning difficulties and problematic drug use.
Amean has experience in all levels of family law, in particular care proceedings, from the first interim care hearing through to final hearing and placement orders. He has successfully argued for the transfer of care proceedings to other European jurisdictions pursuant to Article 15 of BIIR, represented young people in applications for secure accommodation and has extensive experience of representing both parents and intervenors in complex Non-Accidental Injury cases.
Amean continues to impress solicitors given his “commitment to his lay clients and willingness to go that extra-mile.”
He has a strong commitment to Access to Justice – regularly representing clients on a pro-bono basis – and he often speaks at Young Legal Aid Lawyers events and at schools; in an attempt to encourage newly qualified lawyers and young people into pursuing careers within the publicly funded bar.
Amean is the Equality and Diversity Officer at One Pump Court Chambers and a long standing member of the Pupillage Committee within Chambers.