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Public Children: Shaping New Law into Solution-Focused Advice for Your Clients

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Answers to 13 thorny questions: Directly from 8 QCs and Senior Juniors of Outstanding Ability

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Coercive control

Coercive control Drawing on live cases involving children and vulnerable witnesses, how do you deal with coercive control, domestic violence and honour-based violence as part of a fact-finding hearing?

Allegations

Allegations How do you deal with allegations made by children if (1) there is no supporting evidence or (2) the allegation is not repeated (made previously to a teacher or foster carer)?

A Local Authority v W, R, S, L (by their Children's Guardian)

A Local Authority v W, R, S, L (by their Children's Guardian) Judgment Date: 2 June 2020 Findings - Damian Woodward-Carlton QC, 42BR

Findings - Damian Woodward-Carlton QC, 42BR

Findings - Damian Woodward-Carlton QC, 42BR Is there a shift in the wind over the summary dismissal of findings and the discharge of intervenors? How can you expect the judges to react?

DoL Orders - Sarah Phillimore, St Johns Chambers

DoL Orders - Sarah Phillimore, St Johns Chambers What are the unresolved issues - both legal and practical - over deprivation of liberty orders for children of all ages; their use, impact and the provision of secure accommodation?

Care orders - Andrew Bagchi QC, 1GC

Care orders - Andrew Bagchi QC, 1GC How do you show that all efforts have been made to support birth parents before removing a child or children? How to incorporate the views of birth parents in the application?

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