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Over 7,500 lawyers took part in a 10km sponsored walk on 20 May to raise a record £575,000 for charities that provide free legal advice in London...More Info »
Recruitment specialists Sellick Partnership has today revealed the key findings from the 2013 salary survey for the legal sector. The survey is a reflection...More Info »
The cases of Re JG (a child by her guardian) v Legal Services Commission and ors (incl Law Society and Secretary of State for Justice)  EWHC...More Info »
The last month or so has seen a variety of decisions which have amounted to the family courts, in different ways, saying to couples they must live...More Info »
(Family Division ,Pauffley J, 16 November 2012) The 30-day-old child was taken to hospital by his parents with life-threatening injuries, discovered...More Info »
(Family Division, Pauffley J, 7 May 2013) A fact-finding hearing concluded that the month-old child had sustained a number of serious non-accidental...More Info »
Nick Airey, Consultant Psychiatrist, Somerset This article presents something about the history and usage of heroin. The 'natural history' of...More Info »
Marian Roberts, Mediator; Visiting Fellow (LSE); Professorial Research Associate (SOAS): There is a renewal of interest in the application of mediation...More Info »
Since 1 April 2013, legal aid is no longer available for most private family law matters where there is no history of domestic violence and abuse. Clients...More Info »
It is a fundamental principle of the administration of justice in England and Wales that applications for committal for contempt should be heard and...More Info »
Moore Blatch has appointed leading family lawyer Jan Galloway to its team as part of an expansion of the company. Managing Partner David Thompson says...More Info »
Family law solicitor Elizabeth Cassidy has become a Resolution Specialist, receiving national recognition for her skills and commitment to resolving...More Info »
These Regulations may be cited as the Adoption Agencies (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2013 and come into force on 1st July 2013. These Regulations...More Info »
These Regulations may be cited as the Care Planning, Placement and Case Review and Fostering Services (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2013 and...More Info »
(Queen's Bench Division, Bean J, 8 May 2013) The 44-year-old woman suffered from obsessive compulsive disorder and was detained in a specialist hospital...More Info »
(Queen's Bench Division, His Honour Judge Platts, sitting as a High Court judge, 17 February 2012) The 55-year-old man had a long history of mental...More Info »