Showing posts from September, 2011

In Practice Update: SRA Handbook now online

In Practice: Reality bites

Are 'renewable' marriage contracts a good idea?

Family Lore News Quiz

Anniversary Gift

News Brief: More statistics, a difficult case, some proposals and a letter

It's that time of the year again!

Cohabitants should have scope for financial redress in the event of a relationship breakdown, warns Law Society

Situation Vacant

Why do lawyers hyperventilate?

An oldie but a goodie:

LoreCast for the week ending 26th September 2011

Civil Partnerships Five Years On

Bald cheek

Divorce Made Easy

Something for the Weekend 2: Songs of Praise

Something for the Weekend: Experience Zero Gravity

In Practice: Of acronyms and initialisms

Re K (A Child): No jurisdiction to require father to vacate family home to faciliate contact

I know I'm a pessimist, but...

Peace Day 2011

Marie would be proud...

Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council v Watson: Defending the system

Ask a (new) question...

One for the ladies...

All men are equal

LoreCast for the week ending 19th September 2011

Definitely not boring*

Something for the Weekend: Bern Elliott and the Fenmen - Money + Nobody But Me

In Practice: Latest developments in the profession

Cause and effect

Give me strength...

Ninety-five years ago today...

The Divorce Hotel

Venal & Grabbit Client Satisfaction Questionnaire

Just a thought...

For Students of the Gray's Inn

Christleton Memories

News for the Week Ending 12th September 2011

The lesson of 9/11

Something for the Weekend: Milligan

Everything you need for sticky situations!

Law Commission's recommendations for reform of cohabitation law shelved - again

Now THAT'S what I call stalking...

Mansfield v Mansfield: Considering the origin of the family capital (i.e. as compensation for personal injuries)

News Brief: The vacation is over...

Great things to do with Cellophane, #362

Jesus H. Christ, some people don't half take offence easily

New Book: How to Get Your Own Way in Mediation, by Edgar Venal

Textbook History

Two Haigh judgments published: "Be you never so great, the law is still above you"