Conor Fee

Year of Call 2006

Professional Practice

Conor practises in all areas of family law, with a particular emphasis on financial remedy claims. He appears and advises in cases involving a wide range of issues, including the ownership of companies and company assets, pre-nuptial agreements, and cases with an international element.

Conor also regularly acts in applications for financial provision for children, and in disputes between cohabitees involving trusts of land claims.

Alongside his financial practice, he has particular expertise in all variety of private children cases, and he is regularly instructed in domestic violence family cases.

Conor also practises in the Cayman Islands.
Recent cases include CR v SR (Financial Remedies: Permission to Appeal) [2013] Fam Law 938 (clarifying the correct test to be applied on an application for permission to appeal) and R v M (unreported) (contested nullity proceedings).

  • Notable Cases

    • CR v SR (Financial Remedies: Permission to Appeal)
      [2013] Fam Law 938
  • Publications and Lecturing

    • Conor lectures widely on a variety of topics, most recently on variation applications in financial remedy proceedings and on applications under section 8 of the Children Act 1989.
  • Personal Information

    Conor was called to the Bar in 2006 after completing a law degree at Magdalen College, Oxford (which included a certificat supérieur from the Université Panthéon-Assas in Paris), and his postgraduate BVC in London. He undertook his pupillage at 1 Hare Court. He is a keen sportsman and enjoys both watching and playing football, rugby and tennis, and has taken part in a number of marathons and long-distance running events. He enjoys travel and has recently been to Morocco, California and the Cayman Islands.

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