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Failings – a case of ‘if’ or ‘when’? What lessons can be learnt from YY

Date:16 DEC 2021
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Natalie Cross, St Ives Chambers

In this article, Natalie Cross explores the decision of YY (Children: Conduct of the Local Authority) [2021] EWHC 749. Specifically, Natalie provides an overview of failings that have occurred in cases, with a particular focus on YY, and an opinion piece on what she suggests all practitioners can do to attempt to allay the issues that come up repeatedly in public law children cases.

The full article will be published in the January issue of Family Law



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