The ethics of remote hearings in the criminal and family courts

Brendan Roche QC successful in one of the first appeals conducted remotely...

Good CoP, Bad CoP: Essential updates to improve your Court of Protection...

Events | Apr 2020

Elaine Banton wins a pro bono appeal to the First-tier SEND tribunal in the...

Cases | Oct 2019

A (Children) Re [2019] EWHC 2334 (Fam)

Cases | Oct 2019

In the matter of D (A Child) [2019] UKSC 42

Cases | Oct 2019

IBA Conference 2019

Events | Sep 2019

FGM: What Next? Lessons learned and challenges for the future

Events | Jul 2019

Can a 17 year old be subject to an interim care order?

Cases | Mar 2019

Barbara Connolly QC and Anita Guha successful in the Court of Appeal

Cases | Feb 2019

Helen Compton succeeds in the Court of Appeal in G (Children: Fair...

Cases | Feb 2019

Richard Baker represents baby’s family at the inquest into her death

News | Aug 2018

Locum surgeon’s failings contributed to baby’s death

News | Mar 2018

Hospital Trust admit liability following death of 81 year old woman

News | Dec 2017

Taking Responsibility: Foster care, child abuse and vicarious liability

News | Oct 2017

Falling between the cracks: Injury on Domestic Premises

News | Oct 2017

Samantha Jones featured in Solicitors Journal

News | Jul 2017

Anita Guha and James Robottom instructed in landmark adoption and...

News | Jun 2017

Derek Sweeting QC and Peter Ellis act for cerebral palsy victim in £16.8M...

News | Apr 2017

Samantha Jones appears in high-profile Inquest concerning death of...

Articles | Mar 2017


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