Goodman Ray play key role in ground breaking family law judgment at High Court - Goodman Ray
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Today, the High Court in London ordered a toddler be returned to her parents after she was removed at birth following the death of her brother in 2009.

Anne Thompson of Goodman Ray, representing mother, Chana Al-Alas, said: “Without legal aid funding it would not have been possible to obtain the evidence that led to my client being cleared in the criminal case and then on the even more stringent criteria in the family law case.”

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