Family Law, 1 July 2019: When does the state have the right to interfere in family life on the basis of the views–however unpalatable–of some family members, or their interest in exploring, viewing and reading material which others might find abhorrent?
Damian Woodward-Carlton QC represents children, parents and local authorities in public and private law cases. Recent cases have included extensive fact-finding, physical, sexual and emotional abuse, factitious illness, radicalisation, and a range of international and complex cross-cultural matters. Damian has recently hosted seminars and published articles on radicalisation cases and on the changing views of adoption and post-adoption contact.
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Mathew McDermott has written an article titled “Calculating the Amount of Rent Repayment Orders”, which has been published in Landlord and Tenant Review. Read more >