Amean has been instructed to represent a child in a civil claim for damages against the Metropolitan Police and LB Redbridge.— Read more
His forensic approach – through his background in criminal proceedings – is often called upon in highly complex fact-finding hearings involving allegations of serious non-accidental injury and sexual abuse.
His family practice has gone from strength to strength. He regularly acts in a range of significant cases, often involving complex medical evidence, cross-examination of children and vulnerable witnesses and historic allegations of sexual abuse.
He regularly acts for competent children and children’s guardians, and he has represented parties in cases which have received significant press attention, including a case involving children considered at risk of, and vulnerable to radicalisation. He regularly acts for clients with additional needs and works alongside interpreters and intermediaries with ease.
Prior to coming to the Bar, Amean worked at Release – an NGO providing legal services to hard to reach client groups in all areas of common law including housing, welfare benefits and debt advice.
More recently, Amean has developed a practice in the Court of Protection and regularly undertakes Civil work involving claims on behalf of children against the Police and local authorities; under the Human Rights Act 1998 and Equality Act 2010.
Amean regularly speaks at Career events through Lincoln’s Inn, he trains law students in advocacy for mock trials at Brunel University and maintains a commitment to undertaking pro-bono work. He is a member of the Pupillage Committee and Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee within Chambers.
Amean’s tenacity is highly regarded by lay and professional clients, his peers, and, the judiciary.