Ralph Marnham writes for the Lexis Nexis Family Law Blog, reviewing G v G.
In G v G  UKSC 9, the Supreme Court determined that a child in 1980 Hague Convention proceedings who could objectively be understood to be an applicant for asylum could not be returned to the country from which they sought refuge before the final determination of the asylum claim. Ralph Marnham considers the issues.
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Greg Davies writes for the Lexis Nexis family law blog, on Local authority duties in relation to EU Settled Status for looked after children.
Greg Davies (who represented the children in Re Z), looks at the implications of the decision in W and Re Z (EU Settled Status for Looked After Children)  EWHC 783 (Fam) as to important questions of law and procedure concerning children’s immigration status under the UK’s European Union Settlement Scheme (EUSS). Specifically, in W and Re Z , the court provided clear and comprehensive guidance for all local authorities in respect of looked after children, care leavers and children in need.
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Prof. Jo Delahunty QC addresses ‘Diversity in the Legal Profession’, in her last lecture for Gresham College.
In this, my final lecture as Gresham Professor of Law, I am joined by Derek Sweeting QC , Chair of the Bar Council who, despite the enormous demands on his time, joins me in discussion with Mass Ndow Njie of Bridging The Bar, Brie Stevens Hoare QC and Toby Coupe.