Friday, September 18, 2015

Cooking with gas

Despite the noise, stress and general aggravation of having a new kitchen fitted, I managed to get some posts written for Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog this week, including:

A peek at the work of a family court judge - Via 13 published judgments of Her Honour Judge Moir.

Can pro bono fill the legal aid gap? - Read the post for the answer.

Can family law be mechanised? - Or, to put it another way, are robotic family lawyers the future of family law?

When involved in court proceedings, don’t be difficult - Lessons from the recent cases Welch v Welch and DL v SL.

Have a good weekend.

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