Naomi Wiseman recognised in The Sunday Times Alternative Honours List for pro bono work to end child marriage and ban hymenoplasty

Sunday 26 December 2021

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We are delighted to announce that Naomi Wiseman, of the Garden Court Chambers Family Team, has been recognised in The Sunday Times Alternative Honours List for her pro bono advice to campaigners working to end child marriage and ban the harmful practice of hymenoplasty. 

The Sunday Times stated:

"The family law barrister has been providing vital legal advice to campaigners working to end child marriage and virginity testing. Wiseman scored a victory in July, when the government committed to ban virginity testing and child marriages. Both laws have since been voted in by MPs." 

Congratulations Naomi, this is well-deserved recognition for all your hard work and dedication to changing the law for the better. Click here to find out more about Naomi's campaigning work and practice

Click here to view all of those recognised in the Alternative Honours: Sunday Times heroes of 2021.

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