|09/03/15||Re R (A Child - Relocation) 
Barbara Mills represents the sucessful respondent in Re R (A Child - Relocation)  EWHC 456 (Fam). Read more
|09/03/15||B v B 
Charles Hale QC appeared for the sucessful respondent in B v B . The case concerned an appeal by the husband against an order in financial remedy proceedings which related to shares belonging to the him. Read more.
|04/03/15||Children: Public Law Update (March 2015)
The latest Children Public Law Update written by John Tughan QC is now available to read on Family Law Week.
|04/03/15||International Legal and Professional Development Grant Programme
Congratulations to Andrew Powell who has been awarded an International Legal and Professional Development Grant. The programme is supported by the Bar Council and the FLBA.
|03/03/15||Z-O'C (Children) 
Oliver Jones and Cleo Perry appeared in the Court of Appeal in Z-O'C (Children)  EWCA Civ 1808. To read the case summary click here
Nicola Wallace has been awarded Distinction in her MSc Art Law & Business with Christie's. She will be speaking to her thesis "The Role of the Expert in Art-Related Disputes" at the Art Law Conference at Maastricht University, on 23rd March 2015
|26/02/15||Surrogacy Law Update (February 2015)
The latest Surrogacy Law update written by Andrew Powell is now available to read on Family Law Week
|24/02/15||International Children Law Update: February 2015
The latest Family Law Week, International Children Law update written by Jacqueline Renton is now available to read.
Joy Brereton and Michael Edwards will be giving a to members of Resolution today. The talk is entitled, ‘Parental alienation and intractable contact disputes’. The talk is taking place at Charles Russell Speechleys. Dr Mark Berelowitz will also be speaking.
|23/02/15||AB v TB (Temporary Removal to Jordan) 
Michael Edwards represented the applicant in AB v TB (Temporary Removal to Jordan)  EWHC 4663 (Fam). The High Court granted his client’s application to take his two children on holiday to Jordan, against the respondent’s objections.