‘Jennifer Kotilaine, Pauline Troy, Emma Romer and Eilidh Gardner, all barristers at 42 Bedford Row, consider the family law implications for the Archer family following Helen’s much-publicised acquittal in the criminal court.’
Family law Week, 21st September 2016
“Although the common way of identifying a building was by its name and address, nothing in the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 precluded the list of listed buildings from using other sorts of identifying detail, such as verbal descriptions, map references, post-codes, explanatory notes, or photographs.”
WLR Daily, 26th January 2011
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Child’s emotional identity needs supersede grandparents’ wishes
Court of Appeal
“The power to order a child, subject to a special guardianship order, to be known by a new surname should not be exercised by the court if it would interfere with the child’s emotional identity needs.”
The Times, 11th April 2007
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