Michael Grant discusses the recent Court of Appeal decision of Aster Communities v Kerry Chapman (and Ors)  EWCA Civ 660, concerning the attachment of conditions to an award of dispensation from the consultation requirements under S.20 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985. Read more >
New research from Birkbeck's School of Law has found that despite strong professional recognition of the importance of sibling relationships - that they are ‘the most enduring’ or ‘longest-lasting’ relationships in most people’s lives - the significance attached to them in care and adoption proceedings is easily and routinely outweighed by other factors, putting them at risk of losing touch.
Dr. Jan Macvarish and Professor Daniel Monk will be presenting the findings of their year-long research project, conducted by researchers at the School of Law at Birkbeck, University of London and funded by the Nuffield Foundation. This is the first legal study to focus on sibling relationships in England and Wales. It explores what types of siblings are recognised in law (full, half, step, foster) and, through interviews with judges, lawyers, social workers and other professionals across the country, what emphasis is placed on the relationship in care and adoption decision making.
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The seminar will be held on 6pm Thursday, 28th February 2019, The Bingham Room, First Floor, 8 South Square (under the bridge), Gray's Inn, London, WC1R 5ET. We look forward to seeing you on 28th February for the seminar, and for drinks and canapes afterwards, where you can meet members of the Family Law Group.
Please note that there is no charge for this seminar.