Sunday, July 29, 2012

Privacy and Publicity in Family Law: Their Eternal Tension, by Sir Nicholas Wall

I have just come across this (thanks, Current Awareness!). It is the 2012 Gray's Inn Reading lecture, given by Sir Nicholas Wall on the subject Privacy and Publicity in Family Law: Their Eternal Tension. You can also find a transcript of the lecture, complete with linked footnotes, on the Gresham College website, here.

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