Charlotte Conner

Partner  cc@dawsoncornwell.com

Charlotte Conner - Dawson Cornwell

Ranked as a "Recommended Lawyer" by The Legal 500 2018-2019, Charlotte qualified in 2005 but has specialised exclusively in family law since 2007. She joined Dawson Cornwell 2011 and was made up to partner in 2015.

She advises on all issues relating to relationship breakdown; divorce, cohabitation and applications for financial remedy as well as children related matters such as contact and residence. She is experienced in drafting and advising on pre-nuptial and pre-civil partnerships.

She also has a niche contentious trust practice, acting in complex litigation centering on assets held in an estate or by a trust.

Before deciding to specialise in family law, Charlotte spent 2 years as a commercial litigation lawyer, specialising in issues such as breach of contract, negligence, nuisance, civil fraud, restraint and confiscation, directors disqualification, shareholder and partnership disputes and corporate and personal insolvency.

Charlotte is a member of Resolution and is a Resolution Accredited Specialist in Advanced Financial Provision I and II.

Charlotte Conner is “very supportive of her clients”.
Legal 500 2018-2019

Charlotte Conner is “very supportive of her clients”.
Legal 500 2017

Charlotte Conner, who “really doesn’t miss a trick,” is a newly promoted partner.
Legal 500 2016

  • Private Affairs, published in Family Law Journal (summarising the diverging approaches of the judiciary to media access and privacy and the implications for the parties).
  • Available Assets, published in Family Law Journal (outlining the challenges when dealing with cases involving trusts).

"very supportive of her clients"

The Legal 500, 2017

"...intelligence, legal knowledge and sharpness, combined with a bubbling personality"

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"extremely conscientious" 

The Legal 500, 2017

 

 "really doesnt miss a trick"

The Legal 500, 2016

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