Head on

What is the cost of not having an expert clinical neuropsychologist following a...

On an equal footing

Family practitioners must always have one eye on the court’s overriding...

A weighty issue

Chris Bryden & Michael Salter consider whether obesity is a disability


Daniel Kavan

In the first article of this series, we submitted that despite...

Sue Nash
Costs lawyer

More than a year on and the impact of the Jackson reforms on...
Matthew Harpin examines the meaning of a s 58 defence under the Highways Act 1980
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David Burrows considers family proceedings & the “open justice principle”
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A Thai surrogate mother, C, gave birth to twins on behalf of Australian nationals D and WF in an arrangement where C was paid £9,000. When one of the twins, G, was born with Down’s syndrome, C...
Several criminals have been found guilty after victims of crime successfully appealed against the CPS’ original decisions not to bring charges. What has been the effect of the introduction of the “...