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‘Helen Archer’ law must not forget alleged abusers

Barrister condemns routine use of terminology that fails to acknowledge presumption o

15 Feb 2017

Supreme Court backs cohabitee’s right to receive late partner's pension

Victory for cohabitants could spark challenges to tax laws perceived to b

08 Feb 2017

Time for courtroom change?

More must be done to prevent domestic violence victims facing their abusers in court, argues Pau

07 Feb 2017

FDACs face challenging future

Local stakeholders question whether problem-solving court provides value fo

02 Feb 2017

Do civil partnerships have a future?

As it stands, the law on civil partnerships is inherently unfair, argues Marily

31 Jan 2017

Family mediation: Making the process mainstream

As family mediation week 2017 unfolds, Jean-Yves Gilg says mediation could become the new norm, but only if enough momentum is built up in support of th

24 Jan 2017

Family mediators call on lawyers and judges to be more supportive

Initiative is reminder to family lawyers of their duty to consider all dispute resolutio

23 Jan 2017

Religion and the welfare of the child

Hannah Greene discusses a series of judgments which show the delicate task of the secular courts in respecting parents’ religious wishes for thei

10 Jan 2017

Without representation, by choice or otherwise

Legal aid cuts continue to damage vulnerable litigants, and family lawyers, as well as the courts and judiciary, argues Pipp

10 Jan 2017


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