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LGBTQ and allies network

Our LGBTQ and Allies network was established in 2012 and is an active and engaging sub-group of Kingsley Napley's Diversity and Inclusion group.

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Kingsley Napley is committed to being a responsible business both in the way that it is managed and in how we deliver client service.

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International Crime and Extradition

Criminal law is increasingly an international concept with cross-border implications. Knowing your rights and options is essential.

Bribery and Corruption

We have a long track record of defending corruption investigations for individuals. Our expert lawyers can also advise on internal investigations.

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Case study - international divorce

Case study – international surrogacy involving same sex-couple and Californian surrogate

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Jonathan Grimes writes for The Times

Overseas Production Orders – data access made too easy? Rebecca Niblock writes for Global Investigations Review

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Guest blog: Brexit and police and judicial cooperation: it’s time “to speak the truth”

“A sorry state of affairs” – Lazarov v Bulgaria and R (Lazarov) v Westminster Magistrates’ Court

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International Lecture Series

International surrogacy seminar for intended parents

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Mind the gap – Kingsley Napley reflect on the gender pay gap for International Women’s Day

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Sharing is caring – Kingsley Napley discuss shared parental leave for International Women's Day

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International Marital Agreements: the approach by the English court on divorce

International Surrogacy - Frequently Asked Questions

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