Ranked InLondon (Firms)
Crime (Band 4)
Practice Areas: Criminal and family law. Civil and family mediation. As the first woman Solicitor Queens Counsel in the country, Miss Venters QC specialises in the most serious of cases.
Professional Memberships: Queens Counsel; Solicitor Advocate Higher Courts (all proceedings); Member of the Children Panel; Resolution Accredited Specialist; Criminal Duty Solicitor (police stations and courts); Law Society Accredited Trainer; Gray's Inn Solicitor Advocacy Trainer; Recorder (Crown and County Court); Member of Resolution, ADR Group, Family Mediation Foundation and the Family Mediators Association.
Career: Qualified as a Solicitor in 1984. June Venters QC founded Venters Solicitors in May 1991. Since then the firm has grown in reputation and status and is now widely regarded with considerable respect both from clients and fellow practitioners alike. June Venters QC is known for her personal commitment and dedication as well as the thoroughness of her approach.
Publications: Author of 'Standard Letters and Forms for the Criminal Practitioner'. Miss Venters QC contributed to a Jordan's publication entitled 'Child Case Management Practice'.
Personal: On 1st July 2008 the BBC made a sequel to the first BBC documentary about Miss Venters QC's working life entitled 'What Happened Next'. Miss Venters QC undertakes regular media work.