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What to Do if Your Child Doesn’t Get the Exam Results They Need

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Author: Salima Mawji

Average A-level and GCSE grades are expected to fall this year, potentially impacting thousands of students’ plans for their continuing...

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G.O. Ogle QC

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Author: Paul Grimwood

A recent experience with a prospective new client has led me to reflect on how the practice of law has...

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Construction Adjudication – A Reminder of Key Jurisdictional Issues.

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Author: Steven Hayward

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Author: Samantha Beasley

AM Construction Limited v The Darul Amaan Trust [2022] …The TCC addresses two common jurisdictional pitfalls in Adjudication… A failure...

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CAFCASS – “Hear to Listen” a new telephone enquiry line for children

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Author: Sonal Parekh

Cafcass has launched a new dedicated telephone line for children and young people to share their feedback about the help...

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GCSE and A-level Results – Delays Expected Due to Staff Strikes

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Author: Salima Mawji

Staff at exam board AQA intend to go on strike for a third time later this month, including on A-level...

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Unlimited paid holiday – Is it really an employee benefit?

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Author: Mani Deol

Following in the footsteps of American companies including Netflix and LinkedIn where unlimited paid time off is commonly and widely...

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National Surrogacy Week 1-7 August 2022

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Author: Reena Vadera

The theme for 2022 will be Children of Surrogacy  This year National Surrogacy Week will be focusing on the children...

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Parental Responsibility of Female Same-Sex Parents

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Author: Reena Vadera

What is Parental Responsibility Parental Responsibility (PR) means “all the rights, duties, powers, responsibilities and authority which, by law, a parent...

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My holiday occupier has broken their licence agreement…. what can I do?

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Author: Jessica Sutherland

In the UK around 365,000 people own caravan holiday homes or lodges. This is a lot of occupiers to keep...

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From Remote Hearing to No Hearing…. A step too far?

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Author: Paul Kite

As part of the increased move towards online courts, it was recently announced that a Pilot scheme for determining small...

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UK Contentious Probate Regional Report 2022

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Author: Paul Grimwood

We asked 1,000 UK citizens who had dealt with an inheritance dispute various questions, and these were the results… When...

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The Not Uncommon Issue of Converting Joint Tenancies into Tenancies in Common.

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Author: Paul Grimwood

In the case earlier this year of Dunbabin and Others –v– Dunbabin, the court had to consider whether the joint...

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