Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Publication of judgments guidance in action?

A quick post to say that I've just noticed how many cases I posted last year on Family Lore Case Digest. The total was 734, massively up from the 2013 figure of 476 and the 2012 figure of 308. It seems reasonable to conclude that this was at least in part (and probably in large part) due to the increase in the number of published judgments last year as a result of the President's transparency/publication of judgments Practice Guidance.

(I post links to most of the family law reports I find on Family Lore Case Digest. The main exception is county court judgments, unless I think they are of particular interest.)

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