News article published on: 14th May 2015
Osbornes’ Naomi Angell has written a review on the book Intersentia by Claire Fention-Glynn which was published in the Family Law Journal publication. Naomi, who is a specialist adoption lawyer talks how the book focuses on the rights of children in intercountry adoption with unrelated families and the difference between the European countries approach of the intercountry adoption procedures. She also focuses on specific chapters of the book, explaining the main topics that are discussed.
You can read Naomi’s full review of ‘Intersentia’ by Claire Fention-Glynn in the latest issue of the Family Law Journal.
Naomi Angell specialises in all areas of children’s law and in particular international and domestic adoption, children’s cases with an immigration interface, child protection, surrogacy and other fertility law cases. Chambers Legal Directory says that Naomi “leads the market in cross-border children law matters. Sources confirm that she is “at the cutting edge of changing law and policy” when it comes to international adoption”.
Naomi can be contacted on 020 7485 8811. You can also fill in an online form and her team will call you back.