Wardship Update - From Procedure to Problem Areas
This webinar will provide you with an understanding of the various ways in which wardship and inherent jurisdiction is used, together with a consideration of the key principles and how it applies in children law proceedings, particularly over matters relating secure accommodation and ensuring safety.
What You Will Learn
This webinar will cover the following:
- Wardship - use and effect
- Inherent jurisdiction and duty to consult parents - consideration of Re X and Y (Children) and more recently in LA v XYZ (Restriction of Father’s Role in Proceedings) 
- Disputes over vaccinations and parental responsibility - consideration of Re T (A Child: Care Order: Beyond Parental Control: Deprivation of Liberty) and more recently in Re T (A Child) 
- Emergencies and wardship - consideration of X MBC v D and LCC v. AB and Others, and matters of abduction
- Wardship and name of child - consideration of Re C (Children)
- Child sexual exploitation cases and use of wardship - consideration of Rotherham MBC v. M and Others
- Consideration of secure accommodation and wardship - consideration of Re X (A Child) and Y (A Child) and the Children and Social Work Act 2017
- Deprivation cases and inherent jurisdiction - Re A - F (Children)
- Link between Deprivation of Liberty, Secure and Inherent Jurisdiction - consideration of A City Council v LS and Others (Secure Accommodation: Inherent Jurisdiction)  and In the Matter of B ( Secure Accommodation Order) 
This pre-recorded webinar will be streamed at 12:30pm on Friday 12th June 2020 and will remain available to view by delegates who have registered by then for 90 days.