Are the courts failing to protect children from a risk of harm?
A Third Party and a Third Bite at the Cherry : Overlapping Chancery and Ancillary Relief Applications.
Edgerton v Edgerton  EWCA Civ 181
On 24th August 2011 His Honour Judge Clifford Bellamy, sitting in the High Court at Coventry, was asked to rule on a Father’s application to restrict the Mother’s involvement of their child N in her religious practice as a Jehovah’s Witness.
Online dating continues to grow in the UK but just what difference will Clare’s Law make to protect an individual from domestic violence?
Join us for a free employment law seminar on 29th March 2012.
The Court of Appeal has considered the approach a Magistrates’ Court should adopt when adjudicating upon an appeal against the decision of a Local Authority in relation to a premises licence.
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Many more members of 9 Park Place Chambers are now able to offer public access having been approved by the Bar Council to accept instructions direct from members of the public and businesses to provide legal advice or representation in court.
Ten members of the criminal team at 9 Park Place Chambers have recently been approved as Grade 4 Prosecutors for conducting Crown Prosecution Service work following a national re-grading exercise.