Lubeya Ramadhan



Children Private Law

Regularly instructed in residence, contact and specific issue applications.  Particular expertise in lengthy and complex disputes where there has been involvement of Social Services or where it is necessary for a Guardian to be appointed.  She has significant experience of protracted litigation where one of the parties is implacably hostile and applications for removal from the jurisdiction.

Lubeya frequently deals with Prohibited Steps Order applications, Family Law Act injunctions and Occupation Orders.

Children Public Law

Lubeya is experienced at representing parents and guardians in care proceedings.  She has a wealth of experience in cases involving non-accidental injuries, emotional, physical and sexual abuse and cases of chronic neglect.

With previous experience in criminal law, Lubeya is an experienced trial advocate and brings a forensic and thorough approach to cases.  The majority of her cases involve complicated fact finding and final hearings where it is necessary to challenge expert medical and/or psychological evidence.

Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence

Lubeya provides advice and advocacy in all aspects of personal injury litigation.  She represents claimants and defendants in a wide variety of fast track and multi-track personal injury cases.  Lubeya has a particular interest in cases of alleged fraudulent claims.  She acts for claimants and defendants on a private basis and under conditional fee agreements.


Year of call: 2000
Areas of specialism:
  • Child Abduction
  • Children Private Law
  • Children Public Law
  • Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence
  • Law LLB (University of Sussex)
  • Called to the Bar (Middle Temple) 2000
  • Middle Temple Scholarships - Jules Thorn Scholar and Blackstone Award.
Professional associations:
  • Criminal Bar Association
  • Family Law Bar Association
  • Member of Western Circuit
Outside Interests:
  • Lubeya enjoys reading, running and family life.
Notable Cases:
  • Notable junior brief instructions include representing a defendant charged with conspiring to facilitate the entry of illegal immigrants into the UK and defending in a ‘baby shaking’ case.
  • S (A Child), Re [2013] EWCA Civ 1254 (24 October 2013)
  • S v B Fact finding involving allegations of rape, arson with intent to endanger life and threats to kill.
  • A v B Fact finding involving allegations of serious physical and sexual assault on a child.
  • W v W Fact finding involving allegations of serious DV and emotional abuse.