NBR Team

Camilla Baldwin (Founder)

Miriam Gitlin (Supervising Lawyer)

Chloe Cannon

Chloe Cannon

Xanthe Martin-Zakheim (Executive Assistant)

Olivia Warham (Volunteer)

Charlotte Dowell (Volunteer)

Camilla Baldwin (Founder)

As founder and charity lead, Camilla is the driving force behind Not Beyond Redemption, not only utilising her extensive experience as a solicitor, but her professional reputation and influence in the global legal and enterprise community to build the profile and awareness of the cause.

Camilla is one of the leading family lawyers practicing in the UK and advises on the full breadth of family law, including separation, divorce, cohabitation, civil partnerships, international child abduction and other disputes involving children. She has won numerous accolades and is recognised internationally as a specialist in her field, as well as being an award winning businesswoman. As a young lawyer, Camilla carried out legal aid work and took on child cases, which she says not only shaped her career, but fuelled her determination to make a difference. She established her law firm – Camilla Baldwin – in 2005.

Miriam Gitlin (Supervising Lawyer)

Miriam is an experienced family law solicitor. She has worked in the private sector, most recently setting up and working in a successful commercial litigation firm. Having started her career in the public sector she now returns to the pro bono legal world with new zeal.

She qualified originally as a Barrister and then worked overseas in environmental law.  She was awarded a fellowship to complete a Masters in International Legal Studies at the American University in Washington DC in which she achieved a distinction.

Miriam is a trustee of Nisa Nashim – the Jewish/Muslim women’s network.

Chloe Cannon

Chloe is a Solicitor at Camilla Baldwin and has experience in all areas of family law, including complex financial matters for high-net-worth individuals, pre-nuptial agreements and child arrangements. Chloe also works on pro bono cases through the charity started by Camilla Baldwin, Not Beyond Redemption.

Chloe graduated from the University of York in 2016 with an LLB (Hons) Law degree. She then went on to study the LPC and a Masters in Practical Law at the University of Law in Guildford, achieving a Distinction in both. Chloe joined our team as a paralegal in November 2017 and began training to be solicitor in September 2018. Chloe qualified as a Solicitor in July 2020.

Chloe is an associate member of Resolution, an organisation which believes in a constructive, non-confrontational approach to family law matters and campaigns for improvements to the family justice system.

Chloe was awarded Future Leader Initiative of the Year at the Future Leaders Awards, hosted by Citywealth.

Xanthe Martin-Zakheim (Executive Assistant)

Olivia Warham (Volunteer)

Olivia has been volunteering for charities for nearly 20 years.  Her work has included being a trustee for Avondale Extra, a charity which funds children to do extracurricular activities at Avondale Park Primary School in London.  She has also helped there as a volunteer reader and was a Governor for five years.

Olivia’s main focus has been on human rights and the asylum sector, working for 15 years for Waging Peace, where she is currently Chair.  Her work involves campaigning and raising awareness of the genocide in Darfur and human rights abuses throughout Sudan and supporting Sudanese asylum seekers in the UK.  Olivia was extremely honoured to be awarded an MBE for this work in 2014.

Recently Olivia has been working for Fine Cell Work, a charity which teaches stitching to prisoners and supports them on release with a workshop in south London.  She has also become a trustee of Roche Court Educational Trust, a charity connected to the New Art Centre, a sculpture park near Salisbury, aiming to bring children and young people to the park to enjoy and interact with art.

 

Charlotte Dowell (Volunteer)

Charlotte has an avid interest in family law matters and is currently a full-time volunteer at Not Beyond Redemption. After starting her career in marketing, she completed the GDL in 2019, and came runner up in the University of Law Mooting Competition held at the Royal Courts of Justice. Charlotte undertook the LPC with a LLM attachment achieving a distinction during the height of the pandemic.

Charlotte is a Solidaritee Ambassador, a student led charity offering grants to NGOs that provide legal aid to refugee camps around Europe. She is excited to continue to learn and start her training this year.