19/01/15 International Child Law Group Newsletter
The 3rd Edition of the International Child Law Group's Newletter is available to download here
14/01/15 Three New Silks approved
We are delighted to announce that Christopher Hames, Alison Grief and John Tughan have all been approved as Queens Counsel.  The silk ceremony will take place on 16th February 2015.
21/11/14 Surrogacy law reform dinner
Last night Jane Rayson and Andrew Powell spoke at a dinner event organised by Collyer Bristow Solicitors about surrogacy law reform. The event was attended widely by lawyers, intended parents, academics,  an MP, the judiciary and  the clergy.
19/11/14 Hassan Khan - 4 Rising Stars Under 40
Congratulations to Hassan Khan who has been selected as one of the 4 Rising Stars Under 40 by the National LGBT Bar Association & Interlaw Diversity Forum.
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17/11/14 Private Law Children Seminar
The annual 4PB Private Law Children seminar is on Thursday 27th November. The seminar is on "The voice of the child"
We are delighted to announce that Sir Alan Ward has agreed to be the key note speaker and Camila Batamanghelidjh CBE of Kids Company will be giving the closing address. To find out more and to book your place click here
31/10/14 Chambers and Partners 2015 Directory
We are delighted to announce that we are ranked as the only Family Set in Band 1 for our Children work and in Band 2 for our Financial Remedies work.
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27/10/14 Tough Mudder
Congratulations to the 4PB clerking team who took part in the Tough Mudder Challenge on 26/10/2014, raising over £1000 for Help for Heroes. You still have time to sponsor them on their Just Giving Page
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08/10/14 The Legal 500 Awards
We are delighted to announce that we are the winners of the Legal 500 Family & Children Set of the Year.
02/10/14 Chambers and Partners Awards 2014
Congratulations to Judith Murray who won the UK Bar Chambers and Partners, Family Junior of the Year award.
01/10/14 Court of Justice of the European Union judgment on Prorogation. 1 October 2014
Today the CJEU handed down judgment on the Preliminary Reference made by the English Court of Appeal on the issue of whether parties could prorogue jurisdiction to a court for a child’s minority or only for one set of proceedings.
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