Monthly Archives: October 2015

Word of the week: Jurisprudence


Word of the week: Jurisprudence Source: Word of the week: AUTHORITY The word jurisprudence is derived from a Latin maxim as referred ‘jurisprudentia’ but owes its origin to Rome. It is a combination of two latin words ‘juris’ which means … Continue reading

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Application Under Hague Convention For Return Of A Child To A Third Country


  Application Under Hague Convention For Return Of A Child To A Third Country O v O [2013] EWHC 2970 (Fam) via Parents Custody. Abstract Introduction 2.  I am concerned with one child, M, who is nine years of age.  She … Continue reading

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What Is Human Trafficking?


What Is Human Trafficking? Human trafficking, as defined by a US federal law in 2000, is “the recruitment, harboring, transportation, provision, or obtaining of a person for labor or services, through the use of force, fraud, or coercion for the … Continue reading

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David Cameron Has No Clue About Our ‘Care’ Industry


David Cameron Has No Clue About Our ‘Care’ Industry Twice recently David Cameron has spoken out about our “child protection” system. At the Tory conference, he noted that the suicide rate among children formerly in care was four times the … Continue reading

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Berks Immigration Detention Center for Women and Children to Close?


Originally posted on Prince Law Offices, P.C.:
A strident ruling out of the federal district court for the central district of California is resulting in major changes to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) policy concerning the detention of women and children.…

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Early intervention In The UK


Early intervention In The UK Our commitment to early intervention into families where children have been identified as at risk has played a vital role in resolving many problems before they escalate to a level where children need to be … Continue reading

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13-year-old girl punishes rapist by beheading his 5-year-old son


Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.worldwideweirdnews.com See on Scoop.it – Public Law Children Act Adoption Cases. Last Updated On 30th October 2015 The Police They arrested a 13-year-old girl for beheading the boy and burning his body. The girl of Khair, told … Continue reading

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Social worker’s texts admit guilt


Alexia Joseph, 30, after denying a charge of having unlawful sexual connection with the then 15-year-old. Sourced through Scoop.it from: m.nzherald.co.nz See on Scoop.it – Public Law Children Act Adoption Cases

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Women Smash Glass Ceiling To Be Appointed High Court Judges


  Women Smash Glass Ceiling To Be Appointed High Court Judges ← Word of the week: AUTHORITY Source: Her Honour Judge Karen Anne Venables Women have been appointed as High Court judges in Northern Ireland for the first time. Senior legal … Continue reading

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On The Run Child Snatch Mum Vows NEVER To Return To UK For Fear Her Precious Children Will Be Taken Away


  On The Run Child Snatch Mum Vows NEVER To Return To UK For Fear Her Precious Children Will Be Taken Away Source: ‘I Want My Baby Back’ A mum on the run in Northern Cyprus with her two young … Continue reading

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