family law

August 6, 2020

Hassan Tahir discusses how the recent amendments to the Parental Bereavement (Leave and Pay) Act 2018 have amended The Employment Rights Act of 1996

For too long the parental bereavement leave given to employees has been reliant on the kindness of their employers. But from 6th April 2020, this is all […]
July 9, 2020
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Villiers v Villiers [2020] UKSC 30

By Emily Watts The case concerns a UK jurisdictional issue regarding maintenance claims upon divorce. If a divorce case is being heard in one part of […]
June 18, 2020

Interview with Tate Smith, Junior Legal Secretary at Clifford Chance and undergraduate at Birkbeck, University of London

Meagan Leightley interviews Tate Smith Junior Legal Secretary at Clifford Chance and undergraduate at Birbeck, University of London. Tate is a Trans Representative at his Students Union and is Director of Firm Outreach at Queer Lawyers of Tomorrow a network for LGBTQ+ aspiring lawyers.
June 7, 2020

Interview with Malvika Jaganmohan, family law barrister and founder of Stiff Upper Lip Website

Anu Lal interviews family barrister, Malvika Jaganmohan who shares her mental health experiences and how aspiring lawyers can maintain their mental wellbeing in pursuit of a legal career.
June 1, 2020

Interview with Sheata Karim, Founder and Managing Partner of Grayfords

Gwen Lardner interviews Sheata Karim, career changer who founded and is the managing partner of Grayfords, a boutique family law firm in London.
June 1, 2020

Re P (A Child: Remote Hearing) [2020] EWFC 32

Zara Yusuf provides a summary of a recent family law judgment that shows that remote hearings may not be suitable for all cases.
October 4, 2019

Reforming the Law: An update on the rules of Surrogacy

Article by Eliza Liddicott Some laws feel impersonal; they are rules set by a distant legislative body and are unlikely to impact on our lives. Other […]