Charlotte Image-Flower

Senior Associate

Charlotte Image-Flower - Dawson Cornwell

Charlotte is a highly experienced specialist in private and public children law and care proceedings. She has practised in this field exclusively since qualifying in 2010 and joined Dawson Cornwell in 2020.

Charlotte has been recognised as a “Recommended Lawyer” by The Legal 500, 2022.

She is a member of the Law Society Children Panel and a Legal Aid Supervisor. She is a Resolution Accredited Specialist in Domestic Abuse and Public Children Law. She is a member of Resolution, the Association of Lawyers for Children and the Franco-British Lawyers Society and was a committee member of Young Legal Aid Lawyers (2008 - 2015) and a member of the Central Family Court Duty Solicitors' Scheme (2016 - 2019).

She is a frequent speaker on family law and legal aid issues, and has lectured students at BPP Law School, the College of Law and Anglia Ruskin University. She has acted as a mentor for Young Legal Aid Lawyers. 

Charlotte is a fluent French speaker with dual French and UK nationality. 


  • Finalist in the Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year Award, in the Children's Rights category (2015)

Recommended Lawyer
"Of particular note...Charlotte Image-Flower".
Legal 500 2022

Charlotte Image-Flower is "particularly impressive".
Legal 500 2017

  •  Assisted in preparing Young Legal Aid Lawyers' Response to Ministry of Justice Criminal Legal Aid Consultation (October 2014)
  • "A Plea for Catholics to help in our Fight for Justice and Legal Aid", Justice Magazine (March 2014)
  • Quoted in Guardian Newspaper article "Lawyers who head for the High Street" (December 2012)
  • "An Unjust Law Is No Law At All" National and Justice Peace Network Newsletter (December 2011)




"If I needed a family lawyer, I'd want her on my side" 

Barrister Review

"particularly impressive" 

The Legal 500 2017

"professional, approachable, hardworking and provides exceptional service to her clients"

Barrister Review

Finalist in the 2015 Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year Awards, Children's Rights category