The best interests of the child in the cultural setting David Hodson OBE - @DMHodson 15 August 2016 How should the test of the best interests of the child be seen in the context of active support for the child's cultural heritage and upbringing? What happens if there is any conflict? How much should best interests outcomes be diminished or diluted to encourage cultural connections?
After Goddard: what the Child Abuse Inquiry must do next Natasha Phillips - @SobukiRa 15 August 2016 While current and past child abuse inquiries around the world seem to take the challenges of such large investigations in their stride, the UK's Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse ('the Inquiry') continues to stumble on the starting block. The reasons for this have been in plain sight for some time - but will the Inquiry listen to reason before it's too late? The illegality defence, trusts of land and the family lawyer Christian Jowett - @dr_poca 10 August 2016 The consequences of a conspiracy to commit an offence of insider dealing concerning RBS shares might not be of obvious interest to a family property lawyer. But in Patel v Mirza  UKSC 42, the Supreme Court held that the House of Lords' decision in the well-known domestic property case of Tinsley v Milligan  1 AC 340 should no longer be followed.