Radicalisation, Kindoki, and ‘miracle baby’ cases are just some of the unexpected challenges family courts are facing – and they must deal with them against a backdrop of unprecedented cuts. Julia Thackray reports Jo Delahunty QC’s Gresham College lecture

Jo Delahunty QC, recently appointed professor of law at Gresham College, gave her first lecture last night in a series that will look at what happens when the worlds of family and the law collide.

Titled ‘Sex, Death and Witchcraft; What Goes on in the Family Court Room?’, the talk took a broad sweep across the whole range of cases that the family courts have to deal with and set the context for future lectures which will focus more on specific to...

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07 Oct 2016 | Practice Area