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
To celebrate Pride, we look back at some of the UK’s major legal milestones for LGBT+ families over the past 15 years. It’s amazing to think that only 15 years
Fertility preservation is of particular significance for any trans young person embarking upon a treatment programme which may compromise their fertility. Any consideration of hormone or other treatment must include
The team at NGA Law were delighted to be part of the Trans Healthcare Conference in Bristol, organised by Policy Bristol, the Trans Equality Legal Initiative and Mermaids. Sue was
The government consultation on reform of the Gender Recognition Act closes on Friday at 11pm. If you haven’t responded already, please do. Stonewall have produced some very helpful guidance and it takes