Liz Adams

Liz Adams

Year of Call: 2021
Email Address: [email protected]
Telephone: 0121 289 4333

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Elizabeth Adams (Liz) is a family barrister, who is focused on family disputes (including public/private children law and finance) and education law. She completed her 12-month pupillage with 3|PB and became a member of chambers in October 2023. Liz graduated with a first-class law degree before obtaining a distinction in her LLM, studied alongside her BPTC.

Prior to pupillage, Liz worked with policymakers and charities to write and promote policies addressing domestic violence. She also advised on non-molestation and occupation orders through her work with the University of Law’s pro bono clinic.

Liz has a specialist interest in matters involving disability and/or special educational needs. She delivered pro bono legal advice with IPSEA, a charity that assists parents of children with additional needs with securing educational support.

Prior to commencing pupillage, Liz worked for two years as the in-house counsel for a company specialising in water filtration and enhancement. She delivered practical advice that considered the commercial reality of the business. She dealt with commercial property leases, employment tribunal representation, and intellectual property matters, and drafted and negotiated a wide range of domestic and cross-border commercial agreements, including memorandum of understandings, non-disclosure agreements, distribution agreements, and affiliate-link commission agreements.

As a previous Open Championship Irish dancer, in her spare time Liz now enjoys exercising by yoga, pilates, zumba and hiking.

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    • How new technology may impact family law practitioners

      Technology has dramatically changed the ways in which we relate to each other and how we live our lives. In this article written for Today’s Family Lawyer, Elizabeth Adams examines how new technology could change how family law practitioners deal with case issues and evidence through 3 practical examples.

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