David Orbaum and Anaum Riaz will be delivering a seminar via zoom at 17.30 on Tuesday the 29th of September.
As it becomes all the more apparent that national restrictions in response to COVID-19 are likely to remain with us to some degree in the long term, further guidance from the Family Court has come in the form of an updated guidance document from Sir Andrew McFarlane, President of the Family Division, ‘The Family Court […]
Mr Justice MacDonald has released an updated version of ‘The Remote Access Family Court’ on 3rd April 2020
The Family Justice Council last week released its Interim Guidance on Special Guardianship, with the approval of Sir Andrew McFarlane, President of the Family Division, in response to recurring problem in the Family Court as to how to deal with Special Guardianship in light of the 26 week time limit, most recently identified in the case of Re P-S (Children)  EWCA Civ 1407.
Emily Reed and Anaum Riaz will be presenting the seminar in Chambers on 14th May 2019.
Anaum Riaz analyses the judgement of Mr Justice Cobb in the case of Re H (Care and Adoption – Assessment of wider family)  EWFC 10.
Part of our family team’s seminar programme. Emily Reed and Anaum Riaz will be presenting a seminar on Private Children Law.
The President of the Family Division, Sir James Munby, has in his recent guidance sought to clarify the legal and practical requirements for final hearings in adoption applications.
Two members of our family team, Naomi McLoughlin and Anaum Riaz, have this month spent some time at Wakefield Metropolitan District Council offices, shadowing the Child Services Legal Department.
We are delighted to announce that Anaum Riaz now begins her tenancy at Park Square Barristers. Anaum undertook a mixed civil, family and criminal pupillage under the supervision of Mark Saunders and Andrew Wilson.
The Court of Appeal decision in Re H (Surrogacy Breakdown)  EWCA 1798 (Civ) this week has confirmed that the ordinarily principles of children’s law, and the fundamental question of: What is in the best interests of the child?