Piers Pressdee QC, co authors Dictionary of Private Children Law.

Class Legal are launching the ‘Dictionary of Private Children Law’ at an online event taking place on 16th March 2021, at 4.30pm. Piers Pressdee QC, will be hosting the introduction to the publication, alongside co authors, HHJ Edward Hess, Zoe Saunders, and Dr Rob George. For more information, click here.



Diplomatic Immunity and Care Proceedings to be considered by the Divisional Court.

Prof Jo Delahunty, Chris Barnes, and Lucy Logan Green, along with Prof Antonios Tzanakopoulos, Associate Professor of International Law, University of Oxford Faculty of Law and Fellow in Law, St Anne’s College, are appearing before the Divisional Court, on 2nd and 3rd March 2021, in a case considering an application for a declaration of incompatibility concerning the immunity provisions of the Diplomatic Privileges Act 1964 which implements the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations.



Alex Verdan QC and Frankie Shama, Pupil Barrister, write for the New Law Journal, on family arbitration.

Alex Verdan QC and Frankie Shama ask whether the Court of Appeal decision in Hayley makes family arbitration, including in children cases, a better option.



Clarissa Wigoder writes for The Money Pages

Clarissa looks at financial considerations to be aware of when entering a second marriage, and explains how to ring fence your assets to ensure wealth remains secure.


Kate Van Rol writes for Planning Your Wedding Magazine.

Kate Van Rol writes for Planning Your Wedding Magazine, looking at “Should couples be able to get married anywhere?”.


Teertha Gupta QC writes for Today’s Family Lawyer.

Teertha Gupta QC, provides a family lawyer’s perspective on the UK-EU, Trade Cooperation Agreement, in a follow up article, ‘Deal, what deal?’.