Her Honour Judge Karen Anne Venables

Her Honour Judge Karen Anne Venables

Her Honour Judge Venables, South Eastern 4 June 2013

The South Eastern Circuit is the largest of the six geographical Circuits, accounting for more than 40% of the English and Welsh Bar.

The London Borough of Harrow  is a London borough of north-west LondonEngland. It borders Hertfordshire to the north and other London boroughs: Hillingdon to the west, Ealing to the south, Brent to the south-east and Barnet to the east. The local authority is Harrow London Borough Council.

Karen Anne Venables, will be known as Her Honour Judge Venables. She was admitted as a Solicitor in 1986. She was appointed as a Deputy District Judge in 1999 and as a District Judge in 2003.

via Circuit Judge Appointment – Venables.

Harrow is a diverse borough, having 63.8% of its population from the BME (Black and Minority Ethnic) communities, with the largest group being of Indian ethnicity.(Specifically those from Gujarat and South India.) The borough can also claim to have the largest concentration of Sri Lankan Tamils in the UK and Ireland (North Harrow, South Harrow, Rayners Lane) as well as having the highest density of Gujarati Hindus in the UK. According to the 2011 census 25.3% of Harrows population identified as Hindu. Since 2005, on the last Sunday in June Harrow Council hosts Under One Sky – Harrow’s largest festival, to celebrate and the joint communities of Harrow. This has a programme of dance, world music, sports activity, youth music, spoken word, free children’s activity, a carnival parade, information and stalls, health promotion, a world food zone and outside radio broadcast. Harrow is the most religiously diverse local authority area in the UK, with a 62% chance that two random people are from different religions, according to Office for National Statistics, October 2006.


Judge Karen Anne Venables in the Northampton County Court. The case later became known as IN THE MATTER OF G (a Child)

One judge said: “I don’t know what the criteria are for silk… maybe there is a document somewhere that I haven’t seen but it seems to me that it depends on who you know, what committee you sit on rather than anything else. There doesn’t seem to be a system of interview. It seems to be on general reputation and I think that is unreliable.”

When people fear the government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty. – Thomas Jefferson

Judicial Accountability and Stare Decisis – Should the US be Learning from the UK?

“The purpose of this principle is to ensure legal certainty and fairness for litigants. It also means there is a built-in check on judicial activism, so that society is less likely to end up with ‘Judge made law’.”

via Judicial Accountability and Stare Decisis – Should the US be Learning from the UK?.

The then District Judge Karen Venables, left the following quote out of her own judgment and the now retired His Honour Judge Stephen Waine wrote that he and social services are trying to break our bond.  A sick and nasty game.

”It is clear that this child, now 11, loves her mother very much. From all I have read, the mother clearly loves the daughter…”    

Neutral Citation Number: [2010] EWCA Civ 156

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Date: Tuesday, 19th January 2010


So, courts only have to take Strasbourg decisions into account. This means they cannot ignore decisions, and sometimes – but not always – will probably have to follow them. Because of Article 46 of the European Convention on Human Rights, the government must “abide by”, that is, it must follow – not ignore or take into account – final decisions of the European Court of Human Rights. The UK Parliament willingly signed up to Article 46.  “British courts can, sometimes, choose not to follow Europe on human rights, but Britain has to abide by it”. Not as catchy a headline, but right. October 23, 2011 by Adam Wagner


I believe that keeping silent when an injustice is taking place is condoning it.

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