Best Practice Guide To Anti-Social Behaviour Cases

Best Practice Guide To Anti-Social Behaviour Cases

An important subject and I liked the focus in part on those people with a disability who find they are the subject of an ASBO application rather than social intervention to assist them.

Dennis Clarke
Clarke Kiernan LLP


In this free webinar held on 22 September 2021, Natalie Wilkins of Garden Court North Chambers presents a guide to dealing with anti-social behaviour injunction and committal applications, including key legal principles, procedure, evidential issues and sentencing.

She looks at cases involving Equality Act (disability) arguments and how ASBIs and breaches interact with possession proceedings.

Target Audience

This webinar is aimed at legal practitioners and those working with them, with an assumed basic knowledge of the topic area.


The webinar slides can be viewed below:

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Natalie Wilkins, Barrister, Garden Court North Chambers

Natalie practises in asylum, immigration and nationality, family, housing and public law. She has represented many vulnerable clients, including children, clients with serious mental health difficulties, domestic violence survivors and victims of trafficking.