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Coram’s international children law blog goes live

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Coram’s International Children Law Team is delighted to announce the launch of a blog specifically dedicated to international family law issues. The reputation of Coram’s

Coram acts in Hague Convention appeal involving summary return of child to Israel

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Mark Twomey QC and Alex Laing acted for the appellant in judgment, Re NY (A Child) EWCA Civ 1065. The matter was a 1980 Hague Convention appeal, in which Reunite International was an

Calming the Brexit waters: the UK – Switzerland citizens’ rights agreement

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Written by Richard Yorke True to its word, the Swiss government’s “Mind the Gap” strategy (assumed to have been thought up by Swiss Foreign Ministry aid when passing through Bank

Mark Twomey QC Speaks on Juvenile Justice in Kazakhstan

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Mark Twomey QC was invited to speak on 21 September at the Unicef Kazakhstan and Supreme Court Conference in Astana, Kazakhstan. He presented on the topics of Juvenile Justice and the Family Courts,

Hague Convention Proceedings to be Swift and Summary

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Alex Laing appeared before Mr. Justice Holman for a mother, on proceedings involving the Hague Convention for a summary return of two children to America. The judgment is cited as Letts v Letts EWHC

New Judgment on International Child Abduction and Determining Habitual Residence

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Alex Laing of Coram Chambers acted in the just-reported case of AB v CD EWHC 1021 (Fam). The case concerned international child abduction and the determination of habitual residence. For

Julia Queen Provides a Roundup of 2017 Law Cases heard in the European Court of Human Rights

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Julia Queen Provides a Roundup of 2017 Law Cases heard in the European Court of Human Rights Coram’s very own passionate advocate of children’s rights, Julia Queen, provides a round of law