Thursday, January 27, 2011

Family LoreCast #33

In a slightly shorter than usual LoreCast this week, Natasha and I discuss the case where a surrogate mother who changed her mind was allowed to keep the baby and the Law Society's warning regarding the rise in litigants in person if the government presses ahead with legal aid reforms.

Click here to listen to the LoreCast.

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