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On Monday, Ministers and officials from HMCTS gave evidence to the House of Commons Justice Select Committee on the impact of the...

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Early this month, I wrote a short piece for Legal Action criticising the need for clarity on the application of the statutory charge in...

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Doughty Street Chambers was delighted to host last night's launch of the Network for Community Care Law for Children and Young People.

An...

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In May, I noted a judgment of Sir James Munby in Re A Ward, which made clear that the existing practice direction on interviewing...

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It is sometimes easy to tell when some things are “deficient” or “failing”.   When your pipes burst and you find your kitchen floor...

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Shortly after the announcement of the Government's decision to preserve a post-Brexit "snapshot" of EU law through incorporation into...

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The morning after the day before?  

A burst of activity, a moment of consideration, then a unending list of knowing questions hard to...

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On 4 May 2017, Sir James Munby handed down a little reported judgment where he raised concern that current law and practice on the...