Andrew Bainham

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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Camberley to Carlisle: where are we now on internal relocation? 12 APR 2016

Camberley to Carlisle: where are we now on internal relocation?

The recent decision of the Court of Appeal in Re C (Internal Relocation) [2015] EWCA Civ 1305,...

Coventry City Council v M and H 29 MAY 2015

Coventry City Council v M and H

Care and placement proceedings in relation to four children concluded with final care orders on a...

Living with Re B-S: Re S and its implications for parents, local authorities and the courts 24 JUN 2014

Living with Re B-S: Re S and its implications for parents, local authorities and the courts

The decision of the Court of Appeal in Re B-S (Adoption: Application of s47(5))...

Private and public children law: an under-explored relationship [2013] CFLQ 138 21 JUN 2013

Private and public children law: an under-explored relationship [2013] CFLQ 138

Keywords: Public - Private - Law - Children - Relationship Legal disputes concerning...

Reforming Scottish children law – sense from North of the border [1993] CFLQ 3 17 OCT 2011

Reforming Scottish children law – sense from North of the border [1993] CFLQ 3

 

'See you in court, Mum': children as litigants [1994] CFLQ 127 17 OCT 2011

'See you in court, Mum': children as litigants [1994] CFLQ 127

 

Changing families and changing concepts – reforming the language of family law [1998] CFLQ 1 30 SEP 2011

Changing families and changing concepts – reforming the language of family law [1998] CFLQ 1

 

International adoption from Romania - why the moratorium should not be ended [2003] CFLQ 223 23 SEP 2011

International adoption from Romania - why the moratorium should not be ended [2003] CFLQ 223

This article discusses the issues surrounding the moratorium on international adoption from...

What is the point of birth registration? [2008] CFLQ 449 16 SEP 2011

What is the point of birth registration? [2008] CFLQ 449

The impending reform of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology legislation and the Government's...