Published: 11/02/2022 23:36
Emily Ward is a barrister specialising in family law practising from Broadway House Chambers. She sits as a Deputy District Judge, is a qualified Arbitrator, and acts as a Private FDR practitioner/evaluator. Emily is the Secretary of the Yorkshire and Humber FLBA Committee and is a member of the Farquhar Committee and the President’s Transparency Implementation Group. Outside of her court practice Emily is part of the writing team at Butterworths Family & Civil Law Service, and is a co-author of Cohabitation: Law, Practice and Precedents.
The Trusty Trio – the Dictionaries
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Freezing Injunction – Shaky Application: on Thin Ice? J v H  EWFC 133
Peel J was faced with an application for a freezing injunction by the husband seeking to restrain the wife from dealing with her overseas assets. The application had passed through the urgent applications judge in mid October, and by the time of the heari…
- Freezing Injunctions
A Review – Family Financial Arbitration: A Short Guide
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Experts, capping of fees, indemnities and the slip rule: Loggie v Loggie  EWFC 2
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- slip rule