Friday, October 17, 2014

An enjoyable week


I particularly enjoyed writing my posts for Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog this week. I hope you enjoy reading them:

A worrying trend in children cases - Looking a little more deeply at the latest private law demand figures from Cafcass.

A system based on a fallacy - The fallacy that underpins the government's family justice policy.

The future of family law - A look at the President's speech at the 2014 Legal Wales Conference, plus a few predictions of my own.

When is a judge biased? - A post that tries to answer that question.

Have a good weekend.

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