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Sarah Gilmour

Associate Solicitor at Dutton Gregory

About Me

Sarah joined the firm in September 2008 as a trainee having completed her Legal Practice Course at the College of Law in Guildford after graduating from the University of Hertfordshire with a LLB Honours Law Degree in 2007. Sarah specialised in childcare work as part of her training and qualified as a solicitor in 2010. Sarah undertakes all areas of work relating to childcare including child protection, public law care and adoption proceedings. Sarah also frequently advises on Special Guardianship applications. Sarah is Accredited to the Law Society Children Panel. Outside of work, Sarah enjoys spending time with family and friends, cooking and reading. Sarah actively supports Cancer Research's Relay for Life in Portsmouth.

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Abuse of section 20 agreements

A stark reminder that section 20 is supposed to be a short term arrangement. 

Mr Justice Keehan revealed the case in a damning family court judgment that accused Herefordshire county council of “dreadful failures”...…

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Increase in number of children on child protection plans

An article highlighting the growing numbers of children on child protection plans and child in need plans. 

Figures show there are...

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Drug 10,000 times deadlier than heroin

An article setting out the risks of a lethal synthetic drug that has already lead to thousands of deaths in America, and now in the...

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Could you do a social workers job?

Social workers face difficult decisions every day when deciding whether a child need protection by being removed from his/her parents. 

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Landmark Supreme Court decision

Councils have now been found liable for abuse suffered by foster children; whether recent or historic. 

Natasha Armes, now 40, from Nottingham, won her case against Nottinghamshire County Council after justices ruled by four-to-one that it...…

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