Wendy Ramus

Wendy  Ramus Family Law Executive

After leaving university, where she read French and Spanish, Wendy joined the Child Abduction Unit as a care officer and then as a caseworker for the Official Solicitors Office. Subsequently she became a policy adviser on child abduction and international legislation relating to children at the Lord Chancellors Department.

In September 2001, Wendy joined Dawson Cornwell’s Children Department. Wendy works as a legal assistant for both partners in the department, dealing with private and public law children matters and matrimonial child abduction.

In December 2012 Wendy was nominated by the Iranian and Kurdish Women's Rights Organisation (IKWRO) for one of its annual true honour awards as a result of her work in the field of Honour Based Violence and Forced Marriage.

Wendy speaks basic Spanish and French.

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A day in the life of ... Wendy Ramus (Family law executive) 27 AUG 2015

A day in the life of ... Wendy Ramus (Family law executive)

What is your position and what you do on a day-to-day basis? I am a family law executive in the...