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Lifetime reporting restriction for survivor of child sex exploitation
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Reporting restrictions and child sex exploitation
The two judgments of Keehan J in child sexual exploitation (CSE) and later reporting restrictions order (RRO) cases provide food for thought on a variety of aspects of family law human rights and jurisdictional law (extent of a High Court judge’s inherent jurisdiction). The second of the two cases Birmingham City Council v Riaz AB and Others  EWHC 1857 (Fam)
 2 FLR (forthcoming) and the case under consideration here raises the following questions:
- Is the High Court entitled in exceptional circumstances to make a life-time reporting restrictions order (‘RRO’) to restrict publicity for the adult life of a child say a survivor of CSE; and if so
- What types of facts and back-ground might justify such an order?
In December 2014 in ...
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