Gibraltar Lawyers - Family, Property and Personal Injury
  • It’s Time for a New Way of Practising Law...

    It’s Time for a New Way of Practising Law...

J Kim Wright

J Kim Wright

I am an advocate for systems change in the law, particularly focusing on a set of values and models called Integrative Law. I’ve arranged my life to follow my passion and values and to connect with lawyers who are changing how law is practiced by following theirs.

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Stu Webb

Stu Webb

A no-court approach to separation and divorce collaborative divorce is a respectful approach to resolving family disputes ... Together.

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David Wexler

David Wexler

David B. Wexler is Professor of Law at the University of Puerto Rico in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and Distinguished Research Professor of Law, Rogers College of Law, Tucson, Arizona. He is an Honorary President of the International Society for Therapeutic Jurisprudence.

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Dr Amar Dhall

Dr Amar Dhall

His commitment to his clients empowers them to see more clearly and make wiser choices. His philosophy can be summed up by the phrase “know thyself.” A powerful thinker with a compassionate heart, Amar weaves together robust ideas across multiple disciplines.

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Rhiannon Thomas

Rhiannon Thomas

Rhiannon Thomas (BA LLB) has two decades of legal experience on two continents. She is an attorney, mediator, values consultant and a certified Conscious Contracts provider. In 2012 she founded the integrative legal practice, Milkwood Law, and began drafting Conscious Contracts. In the UK and EU, she has developed and facilitated workshops on a wide-range of topics.

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Dr Anna Kawalek

Dr Anna Kawalek

Dr. Anna Kawalek Kawalek is a Lecturer in Law from Leeds Beckett University. Her research specialises primarily in justice innovation and criminal justice and she primarily teaches criminal law and criminological based discourse.

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Emma Jones

Emma Jones

My research interests focus on the role of emotions and wellbeing in legal education and the legal profession and I have conducted a range of empirical work on these topics, as well as writing from a theoretical perspective.

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