Tickle’s Triumph – an independent journalist succeeds in her appeal to secure the right to report on a family case – and prompts new guidance

Today, independent journalist and Transparency Project member Louise Tickle took her appeal against a reporting restriction order made by a family judge, to the Court of Appeal. She won.

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Assessing family members where parent doesn’t put them forward or objects

RE H (Care and Adoption : Assessment of wider family) 2019.

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Family law and EU withdrawal

EU law and family breakdown: where are we today?

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Bullish but not bullying? UNDER PRESSURE

I do like a case name that tells you something about the nature of the case, so G (Children: Fair Hearing), Re [2019] EWCA Civ 126 (07 February 2019) told me it was probably going to be worth a read.

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Divorce and the Muslim community

The Lord Chancellor will shortly – March 2019 – be reporting on his review of the replies to his divorce reform consultation: Reducing family conflict – Reform of the legal requirements for divorce.

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Family courts: costs claims for the litigant in person

How much and when can litigant in person claim costs in family proceedings.

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Research by ALC on “Fire-eating Courts” (sorry, “Settlement Conferences”)

The Association of Lawyers for Children research on the settlement conference pilot.

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