Friday, October 31, 2014

Of ornithology and omnibuses

This week on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog I spotted a bird and some buses, but I couldn't find any sign of a plan:

It's called planning - Or rather lack of it - the government's shambolic handling of the legal aid debacle.

An unusual and surprising case - AA v TT, as described by Mr Justice Holman.

Sacrificing fairness (and a parrot) on the altar of certainty - Considering the recent speech by Sir Nicholas Mostyn to Jordan's family law conference.

Definitely not a dull day... - Especially if you fancy a bus trip. Or, a day in the life of a family law reporter.

Have a good weekend.

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