Brexit: The good, the bad and the ugly

Family Law Journal | February 2019

Charlotte Bradley and Stacey Nevin highlight areas where there is likely to be a lacuna in the law as a result of Brexit and ask whether Brexit may present opportunities to reform family law for the better

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Immigration: Conflicting views

Family Law Journal | November 2018

Sital Fontenelle and Katie Newbury submit that provision in the Immigration Rules as to sole responsibility is outdated and at odds with the Children Act 1989

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Fraud: Who is on the hook?

Property Law Journal | October 2016

Should a vendor’s solicitor be under the same scrutiny as those representing the purchaser? Mary Young and Ben Hillman discuss

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