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10 September 2018 |
9 August 2018 |
President of the Association of Child Abuse Lawyers calls for change in the law
11 June 2018 |
Silvia Nicolaou Garcia
Child Redress International have been granted participation status in a Civil Orders study to help address international sexual child abuse.
18 September 2017 |
Claims settled against Bristol based school after teacher found to be filming students.
12 July 2017 |
Thousands of children have been questioned by police over their involvement in the exchanging of explicit photos
22 June 2017 |
Abuse solicitor calls for witnesses to come forward over abuse reported at a boarding school in Surrey.
12 June 2017 |
Child abuse solicitor, Peter Garsden, pick up prestigious Lifetime Achievement award at The Claims Management Awards.
23 March 2017 |
Head of Abuse Law at Simpson Millar, Peter Garsden, is calling for the establishment of a compensation fund for victims of abuse at football clubs
19 December 2016 |
After a turbulent two years, the public inquiry into historic child abuse will not scale back its scope
14 December 2016 |
Abuse law expert Peter Garsden responds to a damning report that suggested police officers are using their position to sexually exploit vulnerable people
9 December 2016 |
Simpson Millar LLP
How will the Femicide Census end domestic abuse against women and girls? Simpson Millars Partner in Family Law investigates the new Womens Aid initiative.
18 November 2016 |
After a third lawyer has resigned from the abuse inquiry in quick succession, Simpson Millars Head of Abuse Law questions those at the top of the IICSA
28 October 2016 |
Simpson Millar's Cheadle Hulme team will be joining colleagues in their large Manchester base, located on Talbot Road
13 October 2016 |
With a government consultation on mandatory reporting of child abuse due to close, a leading Child Abuse solicitor for Simpson Millar discusses the topic
The day before consultation ended, abuse lawyer Peter Garsden of Simpson Millar gave evidence to the Labour Party Committee on mandatory reporting
29 September 2016 |
After the suspension of Ben Emmerson QC by the IICSA, a leading abuse lawyer representing victims involved in the inquiry has spoken out about the move
8 September 2016 |
After her resignation as Chairwoman last month, Dame Lowell Goddard has warned that there are inherent problems in the scale and size of the IICSA
22 August 2016 |
A study has tried to establish how sexual assault hotlines are used; in response Abuse Law experts at Simpson Millar evaluate the benefits of such services
15 August 2016 |
The IICSA acted fast to appoint a new Chair after the resignation of Dame Goddard, with Professor Alexis Jay becoming the fourth Chair of the abuse inquiry