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R(GE) (ERITREA) V BEDFORD BC [2017] EWCA Civ 1521

The Court of Appeal handed down judgement  on Wednesday 1 Nov 2017 in the Case of GE(Eritrea) v Bedford Borough Council dismissing the appeal of Bedford against the decision of Alexandra Marks QC quashing 2 age assessments conducted by local authority and determining that GE was the age she had claimed to be.

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Scott-Moncreiff & Associates featured in The Times - 'The Law Firm that gives mothers control over their work-life balance'

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Scott-Moncreiff & Associates have featured in a Times article today entitled, 'The Law Firm that gives mothers control over their work-life balance'.

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Scott-Moncrieff’s Georga Godwin & client featured in Channel 4 News campaigning article on mental health care

Scott-Moncrieff’s Georga Godwin and her client have featured in a strong Channel 4 News campaigning article on mental health care.Georga worked with the client to ensure full anonymity throughout the article, which also featured a response from the Secretary of State for Health Jeremy Hunt.See the story here: https://www.channel4.com/news/jeremy-hunt-promises-to-recruit-thousands-of-mental-health-workers

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Scott-Moncrieff set the pace in London Legal Walk 2017

London Legal Walk May 20171

An entire team of people from Scott-Moncrieff & Associates has completed the 2017 London Legal Walk, raising funds for a raft of charities that help people on minimum wage, are in poor housing, are elderly and other good causes.

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Mental health 'vicious circle' of under-funding

Georga Godwin, from national law firm Scott-Moncrieff, represents clients with serious mental health issues and their families. She says her clients are victims of a vicious circle of under-funding. She says: “The Government claiming that social efforts are more important than providing extra money for services is simply wrong. The NHS mental health offer is drastically under-funded and it suffers the vicious circle, knock-on effect of the rest of the NHS being under-funded, too.

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