AREAS OF EXPERTISE:
Arevik is a public law barrister, specialising in the Court of Protection work.
She completed her pupillage under the supervision of Eliza Sharron and Sophie Allan, joining chambers as a member in November 2020.
Arevik accepts instructions in both: health and welfare and property and affairs areas of work. She regularly acts for Local Authorities, CCGs, the Official Solicitor and private parties, representing them in matters ranging from contested deputyship applications to complex welfare and inherent jurisdiction cases.
Arevik also accepts instructions in a variety of Mental Health Act 1983 matters and is particularly well-versed in s29 displacement applications.
Prior to coming to the bar, Arevik gained knowledge and experience at two different law firms and worked for a government department as an advocate, representing them at tribunal appeal hearings.
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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