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Disclosure of documents from family court proceedings

Disclosure of documents from family court proceedings

The recent – and by now infamous – case of Re Nasrullah Mursalin [2019] EWCA Civ 1559, in which a paralegal was sentenced to six months’ imprisonment for disclosing papers from family proceedings to an immigration tribunal judge, has generated ...

Rachel Francis

Rachel is a specialist family and immigration law barrister with particular expertise in the overlap between these two practice areas. She has a broad family law caseload covering complex private law children matters, cases involving serious domestic abuse, care, adoption and family finance. In immigration law she represents and advises clients in modern slavery and human trafficking, asylum and human rights cases.

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