Here you will find details of books, handbooks and loose-leafs authored, co-authored or edited by members of Chambers. Many of these are the leading titles in their specific areas of practice.
This specialist title sets out the law, procedure and policy relating to assisted reproduction and surrogacy in a practical and accessible format whilst including, where appropriate and with examples, detailed analysis.
This practical, accessible guide is essential reading for all legal practitioners who want to understand the impact of costs on their cases and clients. With contributions from a wide variety of recognised costs experts, it provides essential tips and guidance to help practitioners confront the complexities of the costs management regime, and prepare for future changes.
The Psychology of Conflict is a timely new contribution on the unique benefits of applying philosophy and psychology to mediating between people in conflict.
Costs in Family Proceedings explains the rules and procedure relating to costs and funding in all family proceedings, co authored by Francis Wilkinson and Dr. Sara Hunton.
This book addresses a wide range of legal issues that arise in respect of people with dementia, setting out the law in a clear and accessible form.
Examines the detailed legal framework including the complexities of both UK legislation and the Hague Convention.
Sets out and explains the law and procedure of each type of possession claim. With nearly 300 comprehensive forms and precedents, which are readily adaptable for a whole range of cases, Claims to the Possession of Land looseleaf provides a complete and thorough exposition of this complex subject.