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Law Archive - July 2018

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Expanding the Vardags Equestrian family

It has been an immensely exciting week for Vardags Equestrian with the introduction of three new equine members. Last Saturday the De Wolden summer sale was held just outside Leeuwarden in the Netherlands. The exclusive auction sold talented young showjumpers specially selected by Jan Broek. We were lucky enough to purchase a stunning mare... Read More

Inaugural Vardags Mooting competition final

After a month of fierce legal argument and inventive advocacy, the inaugural Vardags Mooting Competition came to a climax with a tense and competitive final round. Designed to give the Graduate Trainees a taste of appellate advocacy, the moot saw them grapple with complex legal cases and produce innovative legal arguments. Before the final, the... Read More

Vardags at Barbury horse trials

The summer of 2018 will be remembered for its scorching heatwave. The unblemished stretch of long summer days has an almost literary quality. For the organisers of Barbury International horse trials, it was all they could do to hastily aerate the baking ground, keeping the going good for the horses. The course sits in a valley, sheltering an... Read More

Estoril eclipses the competition

Last week the Ahmad Mansour had yet another win on board the stunning bay Estoril de Vardag, the pair soared round the 130-135m track at AL Aryan Equestrian Centre in Jordan. In a previous class Ahmad had more success on the lovely Ficanka de Vardag in the 120-125 two phase finishing 2nd. Not content with just this feat Ahmad and Estoril came... Read More

A win-win situation in Jordan

Last week Vardags equestrian had an exceptionally successful day at the Amman riding centre, under the expert skills of Ahmad Mansour. Beginning on the beautiful grey Ficanka de Vardag in the 120-125m Federation Joker class, Ahmad soared to victory with a stylish clear round. This was followed up with Ahmad on Estoril de Vardag performing a... Read More

The women conceiving with dead partners’ reproductive tissue

On the 20th of June, a landmark ruling by the Queensland Supreme Court found that a local woman, Ayla Cresswell, was legally entitled to use her deceased partner’s reproductive tissue for IVF treatment. After Creswell’s partner, Joshua Davies, took his own life in 2016, she sought, with the support of his family, an urgent court... Read More
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