We are delighted to announce the following winners: Environment and Planning: Set of the Year, Silk of the Year, Stephen Tromans QC and Junior of the Year, Richard Harwood Professional… Read more »
A free media is the life-blood of democracy. This seminal paper analyses the UK and Commonwealth jurisprudence protecting (and undermining) the freedom of the media.
THESE SEMINARS ARE AVAILABLE TO BOOK UP UNTIL CHRISTMAS 2011 2011 has seen the culmination of the most radical reforms to the structure and regulation of the legal profession in… Read more »
In Re MN  EWHC 1962 (Fam), Mr Justice Hedley considered the approach the English Courts would take when considering whether to recognize, enforce and implement an Order of a… Read more »
The Divisional Court has ruled that the complete code provided for the detention of the mentally disordered within the Mental Health Health Act 1983 excludes theoperation of the doctrine of… Read more »
Planning permission: The Court of Appeal has provided welcome advice on a problematic legislative change. By Martin Edwards and John Martin Click here to read this article.
Vikram Sachdeva and Victoria Butler-Cole acted pro bono for the family of M, a 52 year old woman who suffered a brain infection in 2003 which had left her in… Read more »
Please click here for Jonathan Bellamy’s paper to Greenwoods LLP.
A sister’s long and bitter battle to see more of her severely disabled sibling suffered a devastating blow yesterday when a judge ruled that a local authority-selected nursing home provided… Read more »
An interactive seminar to discuss the issues which arise from the landmark case of W v M  EWHC 2443 (Fam) By: Vikram Sachdeva and Victoria Butler-Cole of Thirty Nine… Read more »