Archive: September 2022

Heather Beckett successful in HCPC Registration Appeal

The Education and Training Committee of the Health and Care Professions Council had refused an application for registration by an applicant who had made a character declaration regarding a conviction involving dishonesty. Heather Beckett represented the applicant at the oral appeal of the decision, instructed under the Public Access Rules, and successfully argued that on […]

Dr Charlotte Proudman successful in case with Centre for Women’s Justice

Working with Centre for Women’s Justice, Dr Proudman represented a complainant in family proceedings. The case concerned an application made by the CPS in the family courts. Disclosure issues arising in criminal and family proceedings is becoming a common feature in domestic abuse and sexual violence cases. These issues are likely to be of increasing […]

Sarah Pinder secures Interim Relief in the Upper Tribunal (IAC)

Sarah Pinder, Joint-head of the immigration and public law team, instructed by Vinita Templeton and Steffan Rees of Duncan Lewis solicitors, secured interim relief from the Upper Tribunal (IAC) on Friday 9th September 2022 and further directions on 12th September 2022. Their client ‘A’ is an Afghan citizen residing temporarily in a third country having […]

Surrogacy amidst the Ukraine Conflict

The Lexis Nexis Family Law Journal has published an article authored by Sarah Pinder, Joint-Head of the immigration and public law team. The article ‘Surrogacy amidst the Ukraine Conflict’ appeared in the August 2022 issue and can be accessed through this link for those who subscribe. A preview is included directly below.


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