Friday, June 12, 2015

An amusing week

It has been an amusing week for me on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog, with one of my posts in particular causing quite a stir:

The transparency delusion - Why the devotees of transparency are knocking their heads against a brick wall.

The guardian of standards - I.e., the court, as demonstrated in Medway Council v A & Ors (Learning Disability; Foster Placement).

What is the point of the fraud and contempt warnings on Form E? - A question raised in the light of the Sharland and Gohil appeals, being heard by the Supreme Court this week.

Criminal consequences - The remarkable case of Kaur v Randhawa.

Have a good weekend.

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