Friday, August 03, 2018

New by me this week on the Stowe Family Law Blog

My posts this week on the Stowe Family Law Blog included:

Courts modernisation programme could fail to deliver expected benefits - The House of Commons Public Accounts Committee's report on HMCTSs £1.2 billion programme to modernise the courts.

Munby throws out some ideas at final press conference - Including mobile courts and Skype-ing the judge.

Financial Remedies Court Pilot extended - The President’s Circular: Financial Remedies Court Pilot Phase 2.

Separated children case to be dealt with in Alaska - The case being Ford v Halil.

Sir James apologises for his ‘failures’ in ‘Voice of the child’ speech - "Because it is the right thing to do".

Have a good weekend.

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