Announcing our 2022 Pupillage intake

Unit Chambers is delighted to announce that over the next few months, we will be welcoming three new pupils to the team. Our three successful new pupils are Maisie Carter, Bella Tait, and Adam Singh Hayer all of whom have a wide range of experience and expertise across the family law sector. With over 120 […]

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Parents with autism in children proceedings

Did you know approximately one per cent of the population has Autism? Extrapolate that into your own social network! It could be you and you didn’t know it – It could be one of your friends or family members, who has certain “lovable” or “awkward” idiosyncrasies. Autism is a lifelong developmental condition characterised by differences […]

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Off into the Somerset: New guidance on remedying breaches of the AAR 2005

Last week finally saw the handing down of the President’s judgment in the snappily-named case of Somerset County Council v NHS Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group and Others [2022] EWFC 31, which gives further guidance following the 2021 Somerset decision of Mrs Justice Roberts. For a 3-minute explanation of the original Somerset decision and the Adoption […]

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