Friday, April 15, 2016

An online court, an observatory and more...

The topics covered by my posts this week on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog included further evidence of the scope of the issues faced by our family courts, a concern about the proposed online court, the proposed 'family justice observatory' and the thorny issue of costs in children cases:

Two anorexia judgments demonstrate scope of family casesRe W (Medical Treatment: Anorexia) and Re Z (Recognition of Foreign Order).

Is excluding lawyers a design goal of the online court? - Or, should lawyers lose sleep over the online court?

What on Earth is a ‘family justice observatory’? - I hack my way through the jungle of jargon, searching for the answer.

The delicate issue of costs in children cases - As illustrated by the case E-R (Child Arrangements).

Have a good weekend.

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