Central Chambers is delighted to welcome Ellie Whiteside-Hunt as a tenant upon successful completion of her pupillage.
A recent case has given me pause to consider the way language is deployed in Family Law – it also gave me cause to revisit an article by Paul Hart exposing the issue of ‘disguised […]
Mini-summary by Nazmun Ismail Barristers have to represent their clients fearlessly. The cab rank rule applies and so they do not choose their cases. In this case, a District Judge had made an order that […]
Ellie Whiteside-Hunt started her pupillage in January 2020 under the supervision of Joseph Lynch, undertaking predominantly family work. As her first-six nears an end, she thought she would share her first-six experience and tips she […]
Trying something new can be scary. Trying something for a second time, after it didn’t go well the first time, can be even worse. That was the situation I was in this week when I […]
by Callum Brook ‘Covid-19’ a potential candidate for word of the year 2020, or perhaps, it is ‘isolation’. I wish I could tell you the wheels of justice have proudly continued to turn, the sad […]
The Financial Remedies Court – an update by Dr Alex Khan As financial remedies practitioners, we often remind our lay client that the family court is not a tribunal that has the infrastructure to consider […]
The validity of both marriages and divorces outside of the jurisdiction of England and Wales can cause disputes for several reasons. Dr Alex Khan looks at the two main issues. Two common reasons are: (1) […]
In May, Nazmun Ismail wrote about the new Cafcass guidance on parental alienation. In this article, Emily Landale looks at two cases that have involved serious findings of parental alienation, and how the court dealt […]
There are some appeal judgments which go beyond simply restating or varying the law to some degree of other. One such judgment, can be found in the case of A and R (Children), Re  […]
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