Kathryn practises solely in family law and has a wide range of experience including cases in:

  • Public Law Children
  • Private Law Children
  • Matrimonial matters
  • Domestic Violence Injunctions

She is qualified to undertake Public Access work.

Kathryn has experience in dealing with sensitive cases and has a personable but determined approach.

She has a particular interest in children matters and regularly represents Local Authorities, parents and children in all Family Courts, including the High Court. Kathryn has experience in dealing with public and private law cases with complex facts including:

  • Serious, life threatening non-accidental injury
  • Long term chronic neglect
  • Sexual abuse, including rape and inter familial abuse

Kathryn often presents seminars for Chambers on a wide range of topics, including the use of experts in family proceedings and shared parenting. Kathryn is available to provide in house training.

Kathryn was called to the Bar in 2005 following completion of an LLB law degree at Sheffield University. Kathryn was also awarded a scholarship from Lincoln’s Inn.

Member of the Family Law Bar Association

Member of Lincoln’s Inn

Kathryn Anslow is ranked 1 – Family: Children in Chambers and Partners UK (2023).

Kathryn is an expert in children law cases and regularly acts on behalf of parents and local authorities. She is adept at handling sensitive cases involving allegations of abuse and neglect.

Strengths: “She is able to grasp the issues very quickly. She works very thoroughly and efficiently and has an extremely good manner with clients.” “Her communication is fabulous and her notes of complex hearings are so helpful.” “Her eye for detail is amazing.”

Kathryn Anslow is also recommended in the Legal 500 2022 and 2023 as a leading junior in Child Law (Public and Private) on the Wales and Chester Circuit:

“Kathryn is a very tenacious and effective advocate. She presents her clients’ cases before Courts in a very balanced manner which has gained her the confidence of the judiciary.” (Legal 500, 2022 ranked Tier 2)