EU Referendum Special Family Law newsletter: 21 June 2016
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EU Referendum Family Law Special
Brexit: To Hell in a Handcart - Episode One Rebecca Bailey-Harris & John Wilson QC 15 June 2016 We two authors are avowedly in favour of the United Kingdom remaining within the European Union. Our views are founded in the political and social realities on which membership is based and from which the legal consequences flow.
Brexit: England and Wales as a global family law leader or EU-emasculated? David Hodson OBE - @DMHodson 15 June 2016 The EU referendum has been described as the most important vote for our country in a generation. No-one will vote solely on the basis of family law. But EU involvement in family law is a microcosm of some national issues. With so many horror stories of 'Project Fear' if we were to leave, what is and might be the family law position?
Brexit: To Hell in a Handcart - Episode Two Rebecca Bailey-Harris & John Wilson QC 17 June 2016 We two once again present our united voice for the UK remaining in the EU, in the best interests of families in a world - and particularly Europe - characterised by a degree of mobility undreamt of by earlier generations.
The Brexit debate: Project Fear - no fear Gavin Smith - @RGavinASmith 17 June 2016 Vitalstatistix, the Gaulish chief in the Asterix stories, suffers from the ever-present fear that the sky may fall on his head. But despite the hysteria which our learned opponents in this Family Law debate sought to generate by their tabloid-style headline in the May issue, family litigants, lawyers and judges need have no such fears in the event of Brexit.
Hart to Hart Nicola Walker - @nicolaruth007 14 June 2016 The newspaper headlines in respect of the case of Hart v Hart  EWCA Civ 497, which was the husband's application for permission to appeal, reflected only a very small part of the husband's grounds of appeal.
PRIVATE LAW CHILDREN: Re N  EWHC 1329 (Fam) Hearing Date: 08 June 2016 Sir James Munby, President of the Family Division Family Division A declaration of parenthood was granted pursuant to s 55A of the Family Law Act 1986 following an error in the consent form prior to IVF treatment.
PRIVATE LAW CHILDREN: Re J  EWCA 1330 (Fam) Hearing Date: 08 June 2016 Sir James Munby, President of the Family Division Family Division A declaration of parenthood was granted pursuant to s 55A of the Family Law Act 1986 following a clerical error in the consent form prior to IVF treatment.