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Carol Micah

Year of Call: 2009

Carol Micah is a Barrister at Kenworthy’s Chambers who also specialises in

Carol Micah delivers sensible and robust advice whilst remaining sensitive and sympathetic toward the needs of her clients.

She qualified as a Solicitor in 1989 and spent many years in a busy inner-city practice, including 15 years as an Equity Partner.

As a Family Barrister, she has advised on Human Rights issues involving European Provisions in the Family Proceedings Court, County Court and the High Court.

Carol Micah is a fully qualified Mediator, after successfully completing Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Mediation training in 2012.

Family and Finance

Carol Micah has specialised in Family and child care law for over 25 years, with a particular emphasis on Public Law.

Her expertise in Family Law covers coercion and control. She is regularly instructed on contact and residence cases – orders which relate to who the children spend time with.

She represents parents and other family members in private law proceedings, emergency orders such as Prohibited Steps Orders, and Non-Molestation Applications (both for the applicant and respondent).

Family Barrister Carol Micah has a wealth of experience in numerous areas of Family Law including forced marriage, child abductions, domestic violence and abuse. She also has knowledge when it comes to wardship applications, international relocation, and adoption.

If you have a Family Law case you need advice or advocacy for, call our Family Clerks Courtney Richards and Daniella Howarth on 0161 832 4036, email,, or fill out our contact form.

Court of Protection

Barrister Carol Micah has gained a reputation for representing parents with social and mental health problems, in both Public and Private Law proceedings.

Carol has over 20 years of experience working with clients with mental health issues. This includes advising and assisting on mental health units.

She has acted on many occasions for the Official Solicitor – the person appointed as a litigation friend for those lacking the capacity to conduct family proceedings themselves. Acting both on an independent basis and directly for numerous clients within family law proceedings.

Carol has completed the Law Society three-day mental health panel application.

If you have a Court of Protection case you need advice or advocacy for, call our Mental Health Clerks Daniella Howarth and Courtney Richards on 0161 832 4036, email, or fill out our contact form.

Public Access

For appropriate Family Law cases, Carol Micah will accept instructions from the general public on a direct access basis.

Please refer to the below pricing range for Public Access Barrister services. Prices are subject to case type, complexity and seniority or experience of the Barrister. Accurate quotes will be provided before work on the case begins.

Family Law (Private Law, Children Act and Injunction Proceedings)
Services Cost
Conferences: £350 - £1,000 + VAT
Directions/Review Hearings, FHDRA's & DRA's: £550 - £1,200 + VAT
Full day hearings: £1,250 - £3,500 + VAT
Refreshers: £750 - £2,000 + VAT
Half day hearings: £750 - £2,000 + VAT
Advice and Preparation (Hourly): £150 - £250 + VAT
*These price ranges are based on local courts; other courts will incur a travel charge.

Please contact our Senior Family Clerk, Courtney Richards ( for further information.

+ Notable Cases
  • (2022) Care proceedings case involving forced marriage and protection orders.
+ Qualifications
  • BA (Hons) Sociology Degree
  • Law Society Finals
  • Common Professional Examination (CPE)
  • Bar Conversion Course
  • Law Society 3-day Mental Health Panel Application
  • Qualified Mediator in Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Mediation.
+ Professional Memberships
  • The Family Law Bar Association (FLBA)
  • Ex-member of the Law Society Children Panel (10 years)

Contact Us

To check the availability of Barrister Carol Micah for your Court of Protection or FamilyLaw case call our Mental Health and Family Clerks Courtney Richards and Daniella Howarth on 0161 832 4036, email,, or fill out our contact form.