Brexit: The way ahead

Teertha Gupta QC theorises as to potential scenarios for international children law cases post-Brexit ‘It seems obvious that there will be a relatively hard Brexit as far as family law is concerned, followed by a re-drafting of international child law treaties over time.’ At the end of last year, from an international child lawyer’s perspective, …
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Cases Referenced

  • A v A (Children) (Habitual Residence) [2013] UKSC 60
  • Gray v Hurley [2019] EWCA Civ 2222
  • Mercredi v Chaffe (2010) C-497/10
  • Re I (a child) [2009] EWCA Civ 965
  • Re J (Morocco) [2015] UKSC 70
  • Re S (Residence Order: Forum Conveniens) [1995] 1 FLR 314
  • UD v XB (2018) C-393/18