Society needs zero tolerance for abuse of women and girls both on the streets and at home. Without hardwiring a change of attitude into education and putting proper resource into effective policies for change there will be no real change.

Jenny discusses the role of education, intervention and an effective and properly-funded criminal justice system as ways to tackle the unacceptable levels of violence and abuse against women both in the street and at at home in an interview on Times Radio this morning.

Listen from 03:47:50 to catch the interview.



Jenny is a founding director and an award-winning family lawyer committed to accessible justice and the rights of the individual. She specialises in complex financial disputes and helping resolve arrangements for children.  She is an accredited Resolution specialist and an Advanced Family Law Panel member. In 2021 Jenny was made an Honorary Queens Counsel (QC Honoris Causa) in recognition of her contribution to changing the law of England and Wales.