High Court clarifies the meaning of children’s centre legislation

Monthly Archives: 15th July 2019

High Court clarifies the meaning of children’s centre legislation


On 12 July 2019, following a two day substantive hearing, Mrs Justice Andrews dismissed a claim for judicial review in respect of the decision by Buckinghamshire County Council (“BCC”) to… Read more »

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Archbold Review: Environmental Crime at Ambridge


Stephen Tromans QC has recently published an article in Archbold Review on the fictitious case of Environment Agency v Brian Aldridge. ‘The strapline of “The Archers” used to be “an… Read more »

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Journal of Environmental Law: Significant UK Environmental Law Cases 2018–19


Stephen Tromans QC, Ned Helme, Adam Boukraa, Katherine Barnes and Stephanie David have provided an overview of significant environmental cases in 2018-2019 for the Journal of Environmental Law. The cases… Read more »

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Re: AB (Termination of Pregnancy) [2019] EWCA Civ 1215: When a fine balance of uncertainties is not enough….


Parishil Patel QC, Victoria Butler-Cole QC and Fiona Paterson of 39 Essex Chambers appear for the appellant and respondents in landmark Court of Appeal termination case. The Court of Appeal… Read more »

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John Steel QC shares his experience in dealing with ticket touts at Cheltenham Racecourse


John Steel QC shares his experience in dealing with ticket touts at Cheltenham Racecourse at the ‘Future of Ticketing Summit’ hosted by Charles Russell Speechlys. To watch the full interview,… Read more »

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Stephen Tromans QC Discusses Clean Air Laws – The Times


Stephen Tromans QC appears in this morning’s The Brief, discussing how ‘British courts could breathe new life into clean air laws’. ‘We are at a crossroads in environmental justice yet… Read more »

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The Court of Appeal gives guidance on the applications to adduce new evidence at the Upper Tribunal


The Court of Appeal (Underhill LJ, Vice President of the Court of Appeal Civil Division, McCombe LJ and Hasson-Cave LJ) hand downs its judgment in Kabir v Secretary of State for… Read more »

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SEMINAR: Rose tinted spectacles: who watches out for the people we watch


What duties of care might be owed to participants in Love Island and other reality television shows? And who might owe these duties – production companies, broadcasters, professional advisers? What… Read more »

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Alison Foster QC and Richard Spearman QC contribute to The UK Supreme Court Yearbook Volume 9


Alison Foster QC and Richard Spearman QC have contributed to the latest edition of The UK Supreme Court Yearbook Volume 9: 2017 – 2018 Legal Year, Daniel Clarry (ed) (Appellate Press… Read more »

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Katherine Apps and Stephanie David on a global approach to Safeguarding in Sport (Sport Resolutions July 2019)


Sports safeguarding, the case for a Global Code? In 2004 the World Anti-Doping Code (“WADC”)[1] first entered into force. It sets out common rules and standards for anti-doping testing and… Read more »

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