Renaissance Chambers are one of a number of organisations whose legal professionals contribute their expertise to our CPDcasts. CPDcasts are 30 minute downloadable Legal CPD Podcasts, each of which cover a specific CPD topic in extensive detail.
The following legal experts from Renaissance Chambers contribute to our CPDcasts:
Renaissance Chambers, the Chambers of Henry Setright QC and Brian Jubb, is a leading family law set including a leading team of immigration practitioners. Chambers has a very considerable depth of up-to date specialist experience at all levels from the family proceedings court to the House of Lords, and a wide range of expertise and seniority in all aspects of family work, including child abduction, human rights, international children’s cases including relocation and conflicts of jurisdiction, forced marriage, adoption, care proceedings, (for parents, local authorities, and children’s guardians), wardship and private law children cases of all kinds, divorce, matrimonial finance, inheritance and family provision, and judicial review. Members of chambers have particular experience in representing children in a wide range of private and public law cases. Chambers provides a complete service in immigration work with particular experience and expertise in representing individual applicants and appellants from a wide range of cultures and countries and at all levels of case from first application to the House of Lords. Often the immigration and family expertise is combined in difficult and complex international children’s cases involving the human rights of the adults and children concerned.
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