X Local Authority v Trimega Laboratories & Others  EWCC 6 (Fam)
28.10.13 | Ronan O'Donovan and Jenna Shaw appear in a case where Trimega Labs pay wasted costs as a result of a human error in the production of test results for alcohol use
Andrew Bainham cited with approval by Parliament
21.10.13 | Yesterday in the House of Lords' debate regarding the recent decision of Re J (Children)  UKSC 9, Andrew Bainham was cited by Baroness Butler-Sloss with approval. Andrew has recently written a critique of the Supreme Court's decision in that case, which can be found in the July 2013 edition of the Cambridge Law Journal at page 266
N v B & Ors  EWHC 820 (Fam)
09.08.13 | Sara Hammond and Camille Habboo appeared on behalf of the children in an application by maternal grandmother for adoption orders in respect of two following the murder of the mother by the father.
Decision making within a child's timescale: Who decides?
08.08.13 | Edward Lloyd-Jones has published a new article in this month's Family Law Journal following up on our earlier seminar 'The child's timeframe: what the neuroscience really says'.
Suspicious minds: protecting children in the face of uncertainty
05.08.13 | Dr Andrew Bainham has considered the Supreme Court judgment in Re J (Children)  UKSC 9 in a case note published in the Cambridge Law Journal.
In the matter of B (A Child)  UKSC 33
12.06.13 | Appeal to the Supreme Court by parents concerning the application of the criteria for making a care order under section 31 of the Children Act 1989 when the risk is of future psychological or emotional harm, and the role of the appellate courts once the trial judge has made an order. Appeal dismissed (Baroness Hale of Richmond dissenting).