Wardship & Inherent Jurisdiction - A One Hour Update
Wardship can be an area that family practitioners feel unsure of and unclear at times as to its applicability. It is a very useful and often effective route to achieving a necessary outcome.
This webinar will provide you with an understanding of the various ways in which wardship is used and how it applies in children law proceedings.
What You Will Learn
This webinar will cover the following:
- Use of and effect of wardship - how does this fit in with children proceedings?
- Procedural steps and inherent jurisdiction
- Wardship in private children law cases
- Disputes over vaccinations and parental responsibility - consideration of Barnett LBC v AL and Others 
- Wardship and child abduction
- Emergency situations and use of wardship in such cases
- Use of inherent jurisdiction in matters relating to injunctions
- 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 
- Relationship between inherent jurisdiction and accommodation
- Consideration of secure accommodation and wardship - consideration of Re X (A Child) and Y (A Child)  and the Children and Social Work Act 2017
- Radicalisation cases and interviewing the child who is warded - consideration of Re A Ward of Court 
- Key case law and developments