Monday, March 22, 2010

Something's happening

Undergarments are dampening in anticipation in family law circles across the length and breath of the country. Rarely before have so many expectant family law hacks put fingers to keyboards to remind us of a such a major event, including: The Observer, The Times, The Independent, The Guardian and Family Law Week, to name but a few. So, I thought I would join the cacophany:

The Supreme Court is hearing the appeal in Radmacher v Granatino this week.

There, I've said it.

[P.S. Lest we get too excited, the last judgment in a Supreme Court family case was given more than four months after the hearing.]

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