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ITN feature in The Times in article titled ‘Syria Family Investigation ‘Tests Limits’ Of Justice System’
ITN feature in The Times in article titled ‘Syria Family Investigation ‘Tests Limits’ Of Justice System’

Nadeem Thanvi, Managing Partner, and Somia Siddiq, children law specialist, were quoted in a...

ITN's Andrew Morris to speak to the Law Society about Solicitor Advocates applying to be QCs and judges
ITN's Andrew Morris to speak to the Law Society about Solicitor Advocates applying to be QCs and judges

Our Solicitor Advocate, Andrew Morris will speak at a Law Society Advocacy and Solicitor Judges...

The Shamima Begum Effect: What Next for the Syrian Returnees?
The Shamima Begum Effect: What Next for the Syrian Returnees?

On 30 January 2020, ITN Solicitors held a fascinating seminar exploring the legal realities...

No-fault divorce: Reintroduction of Divorce, Dissolution and Separation bill – passage through Parliament
No-fault divorce: Reintroduction of Divorce, Dissolution and Separation bill – passage through Parliament

The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill - which was dropped as a result of the General...

Tayab Ali profiled as ‘Lawyer of the Week’ in the Times Newspaper
Tayab Ali profiled as ‘Lawyer of the Week’ in the Times Newspaper

Tayab Ali, one of ITN Solicitor's Equity Partners, has been profiled in the Times Newspaper this...

MS PATIENT FOUND NOT GUILTY OF CULTIVATING CANNABIS FOR MEDICAL USE
MS PATIENT FOUND NOT GUILTY OF CULTIVATING CANNABIS FOR MEDICAL USE

Carlisle Court acquitted an MS patient today of cultivating cannabis, following the Crown...

Terms of reference and 'Core Participants': the Brook House Inquiry explained
Terms of reference and 'Core Participants': the Brook House Inquiry explained

On 5 November 2019, the Home Secretary announced a statutory inquiry into abuses at Brook House...

Islamic Marriage (Nikah) and English Law – where are we now after Akhter v Khan?
Islamic Marriage (Nikah) and English Law – where are we now after Akhter v Khan?

ITN's family department consider whether the landmark case of Akhter v Khan means that Islamic...

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