Anton J. Eriera

Year of Call 2010

Professional Practice

Anton has a broad-based family law practice spanning family finance, children law, domestic violence and issues of marital status and jurisdiction.

Anton is regularly instructed to represent parties in claims for financial remedies.

In the private children sphere, Anton’s staple diet of child arrangements disputes (including leave to remove applications) is supplemented by representing parties in child abduction cases.

In the public children sphere, Anton has experience representing local authorities, parents, children/children’s Guardians and other family members in care proceedings, including cases of neglect and non accidental injury.

Particular interests include the legal status of religious marriages.

  • Recommendations

    “I have been very impressed by Anton on a number of occasions, he is extremely well prepared and very persuasive on his feet.”
    Tom Amlot – Alexiou Fisher Philipps
  • Publications and Lecturing

    • Anton is a contributor to the online publications, Westlaw Insight, CPDCast and the family law hub on a broad range of family law topics.
  • Personal Information

    Anton read law at Downing College, Cambridge graduating in 2008. He subsequently attended Harvard Law School, where he was admitted to the degree of Master of Laws in 2010. Anton is both a Hardwicke scholar and a Denning scholar of Lincoln’s Inn. Anton has a passion for the performing arts. In addition to performing with the Inner Temple Drama Society, (and once with the Globe Theatre (“The Tragedie of Gorboduc” (April 2013)), Anton officiates as a cantor at various synagogues and regularly sings as a member of the Central Synagogue choir.

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