We have had a busy few months at NGA, with a lot to be excited about. Chambers and Legal 500 The UK’s two main legal directories have published their independent
The NGA team has been delighted to support a project run by Big Voice London on surrogacy law reform, asking whether the law in the UK needs to be updated.
We are thrilled to have been nominated for family law firm of the year at the 2015 Family Law Awards! This is a very prestigious event in the family law
Natalie Gamble Associates has been in the news again this week, having represented the parents of a brave and determined young woman who died following bowel cancer in her late
The Times published a full page feature yesterday about us, covering the groundbreaking legal cases we have handled over the last 6 years, our forward-thinking approach to practising law, and our sister organisation Brilliant Beginnings which
NGA has been in the news this week, having represented a same-sex couple awarded main care of their baby daughter after a 15 month High Court battle. In H v S
In its latest published international surrogacy decision, the High Court has awarded a British-French couple living in France a parental order in respect of their son born through international surrogacy.
It has been a busy few months for our whole team speaking at events and seminars across the UK and abroad. AAARTA (the American Academy of Assisted Reproduction Attorneys) hosted a conference
NGA is delighted to have been included in both Legal 500 2013 and Chambers 2014. Published annually each autumn, the two directories conduct independent research before ranking the leading lawyers in the UK. Legal 500 (2013),
Natalie was delighted to be invited to speak at the Modern Families conference in St Helier, Jersey on Friday 4 October. A gathering of leading lawyers, practitioners and academics, the