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11th April 2017
Mr Justice Francis' summary decision and reas...
11th April 2017
Mr Justice Francis' summary decision and reasons in Charlie Gard's case https://t.co/imdRy2gRTx

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1st April 2016
Stop me if you think you've heard this one before, April [20...
1st April 2016
Stop me if you think you've heard this one before, April [2016] Fam Law 519

Written by: Chris Stevenson

18th February 2015
Introduction to Mental Health Review Tribunals & the Court o...
18th February 2015
Introduction to Mental Health Review Tribunals & the Court of Protection
Venue: FOURTEEN, 14 Gray's Inn Square, London WC1R 5JP
Involving: Chris Stevenson
Cost: FREE

In the second of the “Meet the Players” series, Eddie Lloyd-Jones chaired this introductory seminar on Mental Health Review Tribunals and the Court of Protection.

Ros Dunning, solicitor and senior partner of Dunning & Co solicitors, is a member of the Law Society’s Mental Health Panel and also a Mental Health Review Tribunal judge.  She spoke at the seminar, along with Chris Stevenson, barrister at FOURTEEN, whose specialisms include proceedings brought under the Mental Capacity Act 2005 in the Court of Protection.

Please click here to download the handout.

30th March 2017
Norman v Norman [2017] EWCA Civ 120
30th March 2017

Court of Appeal dismisses proposed appellant’s application to set aside consent order made in financial remedy proceedings

10th March 2017
Christopher Miller to speak at the White Paper company Matri...
10th March 2017
Christopher Miller to speak at the White Paper company Matrimonial finance conference on 15th March

Christopher Miller is presenting a talk at the White Paper Matrimonial Finance: Shaping New Law into Solution-Focused Advice for Clients conference on 15th March specifically on sch1 of CA 1989 "How do you approach clients seeking maintenance for older adult children through tertiary education (to a point when they become financially independent)?  What if the children apply for themselves, not through the spouse?" https://whitepaper.co.uk/conferences/matfinance17/