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Chambers news 11 July 2022

Covid 19 vaccinations and the Court of Protection

Covid 19 vaccinations have been a divisive issue during the pandemic, and with the number of patients in hospital with the virus on the rise...

Chambers news 24 June 2022

The “Bill of Rights” will strip away vital protections 

‘Positive obligations’ ensure that the state has a responsibility to protect us from harm. MPs remove these protections at their peril. This week, the Government...

Chambers news 17 June 2022

A Fairer Private Rented Sector? – An Initial Appraisal

The Government has finally published its White Paper on reform of the private rented sector – A Fairer Private Rented Sector – the question mark...

Blog 7 June 2022

Avoiding Possession Orders at the First Hearing

Earlier this month, James Stark, from our Housing team, together with Helen Jackson of Shelter, who sits as a deputy district judge, gave a presentation...

Chambers news 25 May 2022

Immigration and Nationality issues in Family Proceedings: Five things to remember

The UK explicitly adopted a “hostile environment for illegal migration” 10 years ago today, but in immigration and family proceedings there are a variety of...

Blog 13 May 2022

A tenant’s best friend?

No one should be placed in the cruel position of having to choose between their pets and a home. Yet this is a problem that...

Chambers news 29 April 2022

Abolishing section 21 notices: The Renters’ Reform Bill and why it matters

The White Paper putting forward the Renters’ Reform Bill, first proposed in April 2019, is due in May. It will lay out a set of suggested...

Chambers news 1 April 2022

Are criminal barristers on strike?

Who are criminal barristers? Anyone can find themselves supporting a loved one accused of a crime, or find themselves accused of a crime. If this...

Blog 19 January 2022

Aarif Abraham’s ‘A Constitution of the People and How to Achieve It’ – a review

Here’s a question for the next pub quiz: Which country’s constitution is to be found in Annex IV of a peace treaty? The answer is...

Chambers news 22 October 2021

Re C – the Court of Appeal’s view

Re C [2021] EWCA Civ 1527 The Court of Appeal has today handed down judgment in the case of Re C – the appeal from...

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