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News 18th June 2020

Private Law Children Update

Pump Court Chambers are pleased to announce our webinar providing a valuable and in-depth update on Private Law Children Update. The webinar will review the recent case law and judicial guidance, providing advice for practitioners during the current pandemic.     Topics include: Coronavirus and Family Law Act injunctions Costs orders (Timokhina v Timokhin [2019] EWCA Civ 1284) […]

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18th Jun 2020, 12:30 to 13:30

Private Children Law Update Webinar

Pump Court Chambers are pleased to announce our webinar providing a valuable and in-depth update on Private Children Law. The webinar will be review the recent case law and judicial guidance, providing advice for practitioners during the current pandemic. Topics will include: Coronavirus and Family Law Act injunctions Costs orders (Timokhina v Timokhin [2019] EWCA Civ 1284) Application […]

Past Events
12th Nov 2019, 13:30 to 17:15

Family Finance Seminar – Poole

Pump Court Chambers is pleased to invite you to our forthcoming Poole Family Finance Seminar. Our speakers will be providing valuable and in-depth updates for all practitioners at intensive afternoon sessions. The event will close with a Q&A session that gives you the opportunity to have experienced counsel guide you on any technical questions or […]

Past Events
31st Oct 2019, 13:30 to 17:15

Family Finance Seminar – Oxford

Pump Court Chambers is pleased to invite you to our forthcoming Oxford Family Finance Seminar. Our speakers will be providing valuable and in-depth updates for all practitioners at intensive afternoon sessions. The event will close with a Q&A session that gives you the opportunity to have experienced counsel guide you on any technical questions or […]

Blog 16th February 2015

Lunatics take over the asylum

In Re A (children) (2015)the Court of Appeal has upheld an appeal following a Judge’s use of ‘unrestrained and immoderate language’ which constituted a serious procedural irregularity when dismissing a child’s application for a DNA test to enable a declaration of paternity. Care orders had been made by consent in respect of the child and […]

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