AREAS OF EXPERTISE:
Arevik became a tenant at Kings Chambers in November 2020 after completing a specialist Court of Protection and public law pupillage under the supervision of Eliza Sharron and Sophie Allan.
Arevik accepts instructions in all fields of Court of Protection work, including property and affairs and health and welfare.
Recently, Arevik has advised on and appeared in a procedurally heavy s.29 Mental Health Act application and assisted on a Judicial Review, which focused on the extent of local authority duties towards young persons with significant needs.
Prior to coming to the bar, Arevik had worked at two different law firms, working on cases involving challenges to decisions of public authorities. She had also worked for one of the UK Government Departments – representing them at the First-Tier Tribunal appeal hearings, successfully defending decisions made.
Year of Call: 2017
The Court of Protection Practitioners Association
The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn
BPTC, The BPP University, VC
GDL, The University of Law
BA (Hons) Law and Business, The University of Liverpool, 1st Class
The Worshipful Company of Arbitrators’ UK Mediation Competition – the Best Mediation Advocacy Skills Award and overall prize, representing Kings Chambers
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Following the successful completion of her pupillage, we are pleased to announce that Arevik Jackson has accepted an offer of tenancy at Kings Chambers.
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