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09 MAY 2018

Publication alert: Family Law May 2018

Publication alert: Family Law May 2018
The May issue of Family Law is published today. Articles include:

  • Make your 2019 Resolution Margaret Heathcote

  • Surveillance of social media: excerpt from the FJC lecture Louise Tickle

  • The domestic abuse consultation: implications for family lawyers and reform Caroline Hart

  • Structuring a judgment: Re DAM Kirsty Richards

  • The Jack judgment Sarah Phillimore

  • A rationality challenge and the open justice principle: Warboys David Burrows

  • Financial Remedy Centre Pilot: HMCTS guidance Elizabeth Walsh

  • The View from the Bar Rob George

  • Changing families: family law yesterday, today and tomorrow – a view from south of the Border Sir James Munby

  • Islamic Marriages: Given the independent review into the application of Sharia Law in England and Wales, what is the way forward? Miranda  Fisher, Shabana Saleem and Dr Vishal Vora

  • Financial remedies today: ‘tools’, ‘rules’, ‘guidelines’, ‘benchmarks’, ‘yardsticks’, ‘ordinary consequences’ and ‘departure points’ Professor Chris Barton

  • The best interests of children in an ultra-orthodox Jewish community Mary Welstead

  • Children case update: human rights: Spring 2018 Smita Shah

  • Independent Reviewing Officers: unloved and under threat? Lynn Davis

  • Mind the gap? Anderson v Spencer James Kemp

  • Relocation cases: a new approach Jo  Edwards, Amanda Sandys and Jamie Gaw

  • Transparency – not just opening doors but inviting people in Sarah Phillimore

  • Civil partnerships, human rights, constitutionalism and the UK Supreme Court Scott Halliday

  • Pension Advisory Group: reports and consultation Hilary Woodward


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