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Bell v Tavistock and the Implications for Trans Children, Part 2: the Law after AB v CD and others by Dr Bianca Jackson

Dr Bianca Jackson is the the Head of Coram’s Alternative Families practice group. She has written a follow up article on the decision of Bell v Tavistock for Family Law Week.  Introduction As set out in my previous article, the decision of the High Court in Bell & Anor v The Tavistock And Portman NHS Foundation Trust […]

Jack Harrison joins Coram Chambers as tenant

Coram are excited to announce that Jack Harrison will be joining chambers as a tenant from September 2021. Jack has a developed public and private law practice, including Wardship, cases involving deprivation of liberty and applications under HFEA. He increasingly appears in cases with serious and complex factual issues, such as trafficking serious injuries (including […]

In memory of Katy Rensten

A life so beautifully lived deserves to be beautifully remembered. Please join us as we celebrate the life of our dear friend and colleague and highly respected family lawyer, Katy Rensten. Tuesday 18th May at 3:00pm https://vimeo.com/event/980498/554a3e1071 Please log in at 2:30pm for pre-service presentation of poems and photos.  Service at 3.00 pm. Katy was […]

Mental health and wellbeing: lessons to be learned from the natural world

There has long been a recognised relationship between nature and wellbeing. Ancient cultures connected health and restoration with sacred springs and groves, while early modern herbal healers looked to the garden as a site of wellbeing. For many, nature over the past year (whether in parks and commons or in the countryside outside towns and […]