John Marriott and Alex Paradise discuss the challenges in the struggle to protect children from sexual abuse and exploitation in the age of the internet, in light of recent data suggesting that the majority of offences are committed by other young people
Antony O’Loughlin finds out why the Online Safety Bill has been years in the making – and examines the potential impact of this controversial legislation.
The Home Office's crackdown on "crooked" immigration lawyers suppresses genuine legal challenges, says Rubin Italia.
Rebecca Hughes examines a case in which a parent who was party to an ongoing Children Act proceedings disclosed documents to a police officer recording harassment allegations.
Linzi Bull and Sarah Everington examine the Law Commission’s proposed reforms to surrogacy law in the UK.
Jane Ingleby, partner in Clarion’s family team, has become one of only a handful of fully qualified children arbitrators in Yorkshire.
Children’s Law Centre issues pre-action letter to the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, the Northern Ireland Office and the Department of Finance
Tony Guise reviews the issues impacting the delivery of the reform programme