About Jennifer

Jennifer is a member of the Law Society’s Children Panel and a member of the Association of Children Lawyers. Previous to being a childcare solicitor, she was an advocate for the nursing and midwifery council and an independent legal advisor for the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives.

She has represented parents, extended family members, children’s guardians and children in care proceedings. Jennifer has a particular interest in the variances and similarities in parenting across different cultures and examining whether the local authority is culturally sensitive and insightful to the differences to provide a balanced overview in assessments and implementation of bespoke professional support.

She regularly represents vulnerable clients with mental health and learning difficulties. Jennifer has acted for clients who require the use of an interpreter, advocate and intermediary.

Jennifer always gives her best to her clients and is very supportive. She is passionate about her work and has a strong relationship with instructed barristers.

Specialist practice areas

  • Care proceedings
  • Domestic violence
  • Alcohol and drug dependency
  • Special guardianship orders
  • Non-accidental injuries
  • Physical chastisement
  • Secure accommodation orders


I can’t thank you enough for getting me through this! Saving my children. And for that, I will be eternally grateful.
In my practice as a CAFCASS Guardian I first encountered Jen being proficient for another client and decided I needed to have her on the side of children I was advocating for. I trust Jen to pick up on all the details and to always go the extra mile in representing the best interests of her clients – she is a wonderful advocate and a nice human being.
I find Jennifer Browne to be highly efficient, organised and communicated effectively with me at all times. Ii was highly informed throughout the process and regularly updated. I have no suggestions on how services may be improved as my experience was outstanding.

Latest news by Jennifer Browne

Mother wins appeal over contact with children during Covid-19

The Court of Appeal has ruled that the principles allowing parents to have contact with their children who are in care continued to apply during Covid-19, even though it could create practical difficulties for local authorities. The issue arose after a mother appealed against a decision that face-to-face contact with her three young children should

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