An 11-person team of our barristers and staff took part in the 10km London Legal Walk yesterday. They walked with more than 8,000 other lawyers to raise funds for free legal services across London and the South East.
We are delighted to announce that Ryan Anderson has joined us as a tenant after completing his pupillage with us. Ryan plans to focus on employment, civil and housing law.
We are delighted to welcome Joanna Thom who starts her pupillage with us today. Joanna has a BA (Hons) in History from Durham University. She obtained a Very Competent in her BPTC at The University of Law and a Distinction in her GDL.
We welcome applications from talented barristers with expertise in our core practice areas: Family, Housing, Property, Business, Public law and Court of Protection.
The issue with which the appeal was concerned was the decision to join a child’s foster parents, who had a wish to adopt the child, to the care proceedings.
Hertfordshire Local Authority (the LA) applied for a reporting restriction order (RRO) in proceedings concerning three children whose mother was murdered by their father.
A father’s unsuccessful attempt to appeal against an adoption order in favour of the child’s step-father.
Rebecca Davies considers this case concerning an application by a father for return of two children to Spain under the 1980 Hague Convention.
Application by wife for non-recognition of Chinese divorce. Application dismissed.
The Court of Appeal dismissed the mother’s second appeal relating to a fact-finding hearing.