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Part 25 Applications for Experts in Non-Accidental Injury Cases
Dr Maia Love considers what junior practitioners should think about when instructing an expert in proceedings where there are allegations of non-accidental injury. Who should you instruct and what should you ask them?Find out more
Mark Eldridge successfully prosecutes armed robber Henderson Domingo
Update on the case of armed robber Henderson Domingo who was successfully prosecuted by Mark Eldridge.Find out more
The Renters (Reform) Bill: how secure would renters be?
Joseph Meethan considers some of the proposals in the Renters (Reform) Bill and how they might affect renters in England.Find out more
Newham v Chaplair
Archie Maddan acted for the London Borough of Newham in the first successful prosecution against a tower block owner for failure to remove flammable cladding. Read more about the judgment and it's implications here.Find out more
New Head of Chambers!
Meet our new Head of Chambers, Abimbola Badejo, and learn more about him.Find out more
Corbett Le Quesne International Family Law Conference 2023 - Jersey
Members of our Family Team visited Jersey from 5-7 October for the International Family Law Conference hosted by Corbett Le Quesne. Have a look at what we got up to!Find out more
Monaco Yacht Show
Matthew Peak, barrister and former superyacht captain, recently visited the Monaco Yacht Show. He shares some of the highlights of the show!Find out more
Technology and Social Media: Matters of Parental Responsibility or DOLS?
Reiss Morrison, a pupil in our family team, considers the recent case of Manchester City Council v CP and others.Find out more
The MWPA 1882: An alternative to TOLATA and the MCA?
The Married Women's Property Act was originally enacted in order to allow women to ask the court to settle questions about property at a time when they could not deal with property independently of their husbands. Eoin O'Sullivan considers it's relevance in the modern context.Find out more