Edward Devereux QC appeared as sole counsel for the United Kingdom before the Court of Justice


15th May 2017 | News


Edward Devereux QC appeared as sole counsel for the United Kingdom before the Court of Justice of the European Union in the case of C-111/17 PPU which was heard by the Court on 4 May 2017.

The central issue in the case was whether a newly born child needed to be physically present in a State before it could be found to be habitually resident in that State.


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