“Do we have to?” – Ordering and Avoiding Disclosure by Third Parties

Sam Prout, Pupil, takes a look at third party disclosure in the context of family proceedings.

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£625 raised for London Legal Support Trust

Team New Court hit the streets on 21 May 2018, along with over 13,000 other members of the legal community, to help raise funds for the London Legal Support Trust.

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London Legal Walk 2018

The 2018 London Legal Walk is fast approaching and once again New Court will be pounding the streets with thousands of other lawyers in support of legal advice centres.

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Welcome to Jemimah Hendrick

Chambers is delighted that Jemimah Hendrick has accepted an offer of tenancy after successful completion of her pupillage with New Court.

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Welcome to Matthew Burman, Amelia Evans and Amie Smith

The Summer has seen Chambers strengthening in terms of members of chambers and within the clerks' room.

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The Evolution of the Human Rights Claim in Part IV Proceedings

In the course of the past two years, claims under the Human Rights Act 1998 (‘HRA 1998’) have become a regular consideration for practitioners involved in section 31 Children Act proceedings. Pre 2015 there was very little in the way of domestic case law and as such the only guidance at the time was from Strasbourg.

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London Legal Walk 2017

We are delighted to have raised £1639.75 in support of advice centres which help thousands of people including the homeless, housebound elderly, victims of domestic violence and people trafficking and many more.

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Welcome to Alyssa Howard

Chambers is delighted that Alyssa Howard has joined chambers as our newest tenant.

Alyssa, called in 2014, has a considerable amount of experience as a family advocate and brings with her a wealth of experience in both Private Children and Financial Remedies as well as Chambers’ core practice area of Public Law Children work.

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