Parole Board hearings – what next?

Parole Board hearings – what next?

Parole Board hearings – what next? In October 2020, the Government launched the ‘root-and-branch review’ of the Parole System. The review has focused initially on improving the transparency of the Parole Board’s work and Parole Hearings. The workload of the...
Private Family Law Update – January 2021

Private Family Law Update – January 2021

Private Family Law Update – January 2021 Index of Cases F v M [2021] EWFC 4 – Considered coercive control and Scott schedules in domestic abuse cases. https://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWFC/HCJ/2021/4.html M v H ( private law vaccination) [2020] EWFC 93 – A...
Public Law Update – January 2021

Public Law Update – January 2021

Public Law Update – January 2021 Index of Cases Re G [2020] EWFC 94 – application for care and placement orders where mother requires professional care 24 hours a day. https://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWFC/HCJ/2020/94.html A Local Authority v JK & W [2021]...
Crown Chambers first Pupillage programme in full flow

Crown Chambers first Pupillage programme in full flow

Crown Chambers first Pupillage programme in full flow In a move which bucks the national trend for a decreasing number of Pupillages being offered, Crown Chambers is delighted to announce that our 5 pupils have started their training with us. Crown Chambers, which was...
Crown Chambers Welcomes Second QC

Crown Chambers Welcomes Second QC

Crown Chambers Welcomes Second QC Crown Chambers is privileged and delighted to welcome Cyrus Larizadeh QC to our Chambers as a Silk Door Tenant. Cyrus is a specialist family law barrister who is highly experienced in non-accidental injury. He regularly represents...