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Amy Royce-Greensill

Amy Royce-Greensill, BA Juris (University College, Oxford University) was a professional support lawyer at Jordan Publishing and previously a practicing family solicitor. She trained and worked in London where she specialised in family law, acting in a range of private finance and children matters.
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Amy Royce-Greensill, BA Juris (University College, Oxford University) was a professional support lawyer at Jordan Publishing and previously a practicing family solicitor. She trained and worked in London where she specialised in family law, acting in a range of private finance and children matters.
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At St John’s Chambers Annual One Day Money conference family lawyers gathered to hear expert speakers on a full range of family finance topics.Christopher Sharp QC led with a review of robust costs...
The recent drive to ensure court documents are kept concise is continuing, with Mostyn J revising his guidance on the efficient conduct of financial remedy hearings allocated to a High Court Judge....
Clockwise from top left: The Family Court Practice 2015 hot off the press, an artist's impression of Ecotricity: Vince v Wyatt [2015] UKSC 14, the 5th annual Family Law Awards: the biggest and best...
The Law Commission has published a report following a scoping project about getting married.The report is 97 pages long and contains some pretty outstanding infographics in the shape of wedding cakes...
Sharland (Appellant) v Sharland (Respondent) [2015] UKSC 60 Lord Neuberger (President), Lady Hale (Deputy President), Lord Clarke, Lord Wilson, Lord Sumption, Lord Reed, Lord Hodge In a...
At 9.45 am today the Supreme Court handed down its judgment in the case of Sharland and Gohil. In a landmark judgment, the Supreme Court allowed the wives' appealsThe judgment concerns two similar...
Research by Judith Masson at Bristol University has examined how feedback could be useful to judges when dealing with public law children cases. The research team conducted focus groups and...
Back to school Welcome back - it’s time to shrug off the last of those hazy, lazy summer days. Dig out your trusty pencil case, sharpen your pencils: it’s back to school we go! So,...
Applications under Part IV Family Law Act 1996 – Non-molestation and occupation ordersPart IV of the Family Law Act 1996, which came into force on 1 October 1997, provides a comprehensive set of...
Jennifer Roberts QC is to be a Justice of the High Court with effect from 3 June 2014, on the retirement of Mr Justice Coleridge. The Lord Chief Justice will assign Mrs Roberts to the...
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