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*** SPONSORED CONTENT ***Kate West, Senior Toxicology Reporting Scientist at AlphaBiolabs, discusses how best to interpret a drug test report, and the common misconceptions about what can be learnt...
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In March 2020 the Centre for Women’s Justice (CWJ), working with the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, submitted a super-complaint alleging that forces were not responding appropriately to...
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The Government has published a response to the Commons Justice Committee's report on court capacity.In April 2022, The Justice Committee called on the Government to do more to tackle the...
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An extra £5.4 million in funding will help even more families to resolve disputes away from court, such as contact arrangements for children. Under the scheme, £500 mediation vouchers...
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*** SPONSORED CONTENT***Ashley Hodgkinson, Sample Collections Manager at AlphaBiolabs, looks at drug testing methods and some of the most common ways that people try to cheat a drug test....
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Cafcass has launched a new dedicated telephone line for children and young people to share their feedback about the help and support they have had during their family court proceedings.The ‘Hear...
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The July issue of Family Law sees the second fantastic issue of ‘The Brief’ from the team at 4PB, Charles Hale QC, Rhiannon Lloyd and Julia Townend: an in-depth monthly Financial Remedies...
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The Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme (DVDS), often referred to as “Clare’s Law”, was implemented across all police forces in England and Wales in March 2014. It means members of...
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The Family Law Awards 2022 has extended the deadline for entries until 24 June. You can enter here.The Family Law Awards brings the family law community together for its biggest night of the...
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More victims of rape and sexual offences will be spared the stress of being cross-examined in court under a measure rolled out to a further 14 locations.The scheme, which has already been successful...
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