Viewing: Family for Stefano Nuvoloni QC

Stefano is experienced in all areas of the law relating to children at all levels of Court up to and including the House of Lords. He has been recognised for the quality of his preparation and Court room performance.
Public Law
He regularly appears for all parties in complex and lengthy public law child care proceedings in the High Court involving child death, serious physical injury, sexualised abuse and emotional harm.
He regularly appears for all parties in complex and lengthy public law child care proceedings in the High Court involving child death, serious physical injury, sexualised abuse and emotional harm.
Private Law
Within the private law sphere Stefano regularly advises on issues ranging from residence and contact to internal and international relocations and child abduction. Where pre-hearing advice and negotiation fails to bring about sought after compromise he is a determined advocate. He has successfully appeared against Leading Counsel in contact, residence and re-location cases. He has experience in the most complex of contested cases including those involving the cross examination of children.
"He has transitioned effortlessly into silk and has a very good courtroom manner."
Chambers UK 2019
‘Very experienced in serious sexual abuse cases involving children.’
Legal 500 2019
"He is extraordinarily helpful and collaborative." "Provides excellent client care."
Chambers UK 2018
‘Readily tackles problematic and complex family cases.’
Legal 500 2017
"He is fantastic. He is a go-to guy if you have a huge case. He is used a lot on complicated cases and he is very easy to deal with." "He handles difficult and complex childcare proceedings which sometimes involve QCs on the other side. He has a very good rapport with the client, very supportive and he is very thorough."
Chambers UK 2016
Notable Cases
M v DCC [2018] EWHC 3734 (Fam)
Wolverhampton City Council v JA & Ors [2017] EWFC 62
Birmingham City Council v SK [2016] EWHC 310 (Fam)
Birmingham City Council v Sarfraz Riaz and Others [2014] EWHC 4247 (Fam)
Re J (A Child) [2009] EWCA Civ 1210
Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council v GC & HC & X & MMC [2008]
EWHC 2555 (Fam)
RE S (A child) [2008] EWCA Civ 1140
Re F (A child) [2008] EWCA Civ 218
Evans v Amicus [2003] EWHC 2161 (Fam)
Re S & Ors; Re W & Ors Sub nom Re W & B [2002] UKHL 10
Memberships
Family Law Bar Association
Association of Lawyers for Children
Qualifications
LLB (Hons) Queen Mary College University of London
MA (Medical Law and Ethics) Kings College University of London