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Andrew Bainham
Barrister | St Philips Chambers
Andrew Bainham is one of the country’s leading commentators on family law, having taught at the University of Cambridge for over 20 years, including undergraduates and at master and doctoral levels. Many of his former students are in practice at the family Bar or are family solicitors
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Andrew Bainham
Barrister | St Philips Chambers
Andrew Bainham is one of the country’s leading commentators on family law, having taught at the University of Cambridge for over 20 years, including undergraduates and at master and doctoral levels. Many of his former students are in practice at the family Bar or are family solicitors
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Andrew Bainham's article in the September issue of Family Law ([2018] Fam Law 1150) explores the tension between the powers of the court and the statutory duties of the local authority in public law...
The recent decision of the Court of Appeal in Re C (Internal Relocation) [2015] EWCA Civ 1305, [2016] 1 FLR (forthcoming, and reported at [2016] Fam Law 284) on the principles governing internal...
Care and placement proceedings in relation to four children concluded with final care orders on a plan of long-term fostering for the two older children, J and C and placement orders for the two...
The decision of the Court of Appeal in Re B-S (Adoption: Application of s47(5)) [2013] EWCA Civ 1146, [2014] 1 FLR 1035 in September 2013 has had major implications for parents, local...
Keywords: Public - Private - Law - Children - Relationship Legal disputes concerning children are divided conceptually into private or public law. This binary classification disguises the...
This article discusses the issues surrounding the moratorium on international adoption from Romania. It argues that the moratorium should be preserved indefinitely in the light of Romania's...
The impending reform of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology legislation and the Government's recent White Paper on joint registration of births outside marriage both raise questions about the...
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