Friday, September 23, 2016

Fraudulent, banal, dismal...

Well, I hope my posts this week on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog are none of those things:

Lord McNally does have a point, but only up to a point - Are lawyers being “quite fraudulent” when stating that the legal aid cuts implemented by LASPO are denying people access to justice?

Transforming our justice system: the obvious, the banal and the old - A look at the MoJ's consultation on the reform of the justice system.

A dismal view of a care system in crisis - Looking at the latest View from the President's chambers.

Failure to enforce custody and access orders does not breach mother’s human rights - The ECHR case Zdravković v. Serbia.

Have a good weekend.

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