NGA Law and Brilliant Beginnings have always been prominent supporters of LGBT+ inclusion, with a long history of campaigning for LGBT+ rights. We support reform of the Gender Recognition Act
We are delighted that the Court of Appeal has overturned the decision of the High Court in the case of Bell v Tavistock. You can find more detail about the
Jade was happy to give some training to infertility counsellors with the BCIA about the law on fertility and parenthood for transgender parents.
The High Court has ruled that parents and carers with parental responsibility can lawfully consent to their children and young people being prescribed puberty blockers.
We look at the High Court’s Bell v Tavistock judgment from 1st December 2020 and what it means for the transgender community.
We are hugely disappointed to see our transgender clients let down by the decision to retain the existing Gender Recognition Act legislation.
In her role as chair of the UK and Ireland LGBT Family Law Institute, Natalie Gamble was delighted to be invited to give some training to Resolution (the association of
Natalie and Kelly have written an article, published by Resolution in The Review, about Re TT (2019) and the absurdity of modern family law which does not provide for trans
Natalie was delighted to speak at Resolution’s Child and Family Day in London today. Representing the U.K. and Ireland LGBT Family Law Institute, which she chairs, Natalie spoke together with
The President of the Family Division, Sir Andrew McFarlane (the most senior first-instance family court judge in England and Wales) has ruled in the case of Re TT on the