We are delighted to announce that Ruth Cabeza has been shortlisted for International Family Law Barrister of the Year in the 6th annual Jordan’s Family Law Awards. The shortlist was chosen by a judging panel made up of the heads of the Association of Lawyers for Children, Chartered Institute of Legal Executives, Family Law Bar […]
On 26th July 2016 Field Court Chambers was delighted to host a presentation delivered by Adrian Davis and Emma Godfrey on the latest developments on the Housing and Planning Act 2016.
Ruth Cabeza recently led Victoria Flowers in High Court proceedings in which a child in the interim care of a local authority was abducted by a parent to Kenya, which is not a party to the Hague Convention of 25 October 1980 on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction.
Ruth Cabeza presented the research paper she wrote in conjunction with her co-authors Dr Clair Fenton Glynn and Alexander Boiché entitled RESEARCH PAPER ON THE EUROPEAN ADDED VALUE OF AN EU LEGAL INSTRUMENT ON THE CROSS-BORDER RECOGNITION OF ADOPTIONS to Legal Affairs Committee at the European Parliament.
We are delighted to announce that Francis Hoar has been shortlisted for Barrister of the Year at the prestigious Lawyer Awards. Now in its 22nd year, The Lawyer Awards celebrates excellence across private practice, the public sector, commerce and industry, and the Bar. Francis is the only junior shortlisted alongside 7 QC’s. This achievement follows […]
Paul Randolph is interview by Thomson Reuters on the how psychology can help to end conflict ahead of the Desmond Tutu’s Peace Summit Conference at Regent’s University.
The Guardian has reported on the recent decision of HHJ Atkinson, in which the Judge endorsed the Authority’s proposed care plan for the children and adopted its submissions on the need for an order for the children’s immunisations.
Costs in Family Proceedings explains the rules and procedure relating to costs and funding in all family proceedings.
Eirwen Pierrot represented the successful appellant in the Employment Appeal Tribunal in a case concerning (i) the Employment Tribunal’s failure to give adequate reasons for its decision and (ii) the proper interpretation of the employer’s contractual disciplinary procedure.
During the Christmas Period there will be a change to the opening hours of the Clerks room, which will be closed from Wednesday 23rd December at 6.30 pm until 10 am on Tuesday 29th December.