Meet Angela Lake-Carroll

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Angela Lake-Carroll

Job Title: Collaborative Practitioner
Firm name: Accredited and Practising Family Mediator

Angela Lake-Carroll is a Reunite Trustee. She has over 30 years’ experience of working with separated families. She is a collaborative practitioner, an accredited and practising family mediator and a PPC and trainer, and is Chief Assessor to the Law Society’s Family Mediation Accreditation Scheme. She works as an independent consultant across a broad range of family law and family dispute resolution matters.

She has worked with and contributed to government policy for families and children and young people, and has extensive experience across the private, public and charitable sectors. Angela has a particular interest in families and social change and family justice reform. She writes and presents training nationally and internationally, and is a contributing author and commentator to Family Law and other professional journals.

She has worked with and contributed to government policy with the Ministry of Justice, and the Departments of Health, Education and Work and Pensions. In 2014, Angela was appointed Co-chair (with Emeritus Professor Janet Walker OBE, Newcastle University) of the government’s Family Dispute Resolution Advisory Group and co-authored the report and recommendations of that group to government. In 2016, Angela was awarded the John Cornwell Award for her outstanding contribution to supporting separating families.