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The view lengthens…

The view lengthens…

Last week saw the publication of the latest 'View from the President's Chambers' (a label adopted by the current President of the Family Division, Sir Andrew McFarlane, but coined by his predecessor Sir James Munby to describe his regular 'state of the system'...

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Deprivation of liberty: Unlawful placements of children

Deprivation of liberty: Unlawful placements of children

Can an English family court order the unlawful detention of a Welsh child? This is a surprising question currently before the Supreme Court in a case called Re T. The order I'm referring to was one made in the High Court of England and Wales so my question is not...

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Court of Protection

Contempt, court orders and P’s confidentiality

Contempt, court orders and P’s confidentiality

This is a guest post by Alex Ruck Keene, a barrister at 39 Essex Chambers who specialises in Court of Protection work. In a very unusual case, P v Griffith [2020] EWCOP 46, the Court of Protection has sentenced a woman, a Ms Griffith, to 12 months imprisonment for...

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The view lengthens…

The view lengthens…

Last week saw the publication of the latest 'View from the President's Chambers' (a label adopted by the current President of the Family Division, Sir Andrew McFarlane, but coined by his predecessor Sir James Munby to describe his regular 'state of the system'...

read more

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