2022-01-17T11:50:00+00:00By Monidipa Fouzder
Ministry of Justice announces further £1.2m of vouchers to keep family disputes away from court.
2022-01-12T14:59:00+00:00By Gazette reporter
Higher flat fee will be payable from 26 January.
2022-01-11T16:30:00+00:00By Sam Tobin
Family Division chief Sir Andrew McFarlane tells MPs ‘there must be a way of allowing openness … yet maintain the anonymity of the individuals involved’.
2022-01-11T14:48:00+00:00By Monidipa Fouzder
Law Society says temporary measure has been useful option for solicitors during pandemic.
29 November 2021By Katharine Freeland
A new generation of lawyers is gaining a foothold in private client, attracted by its focus on the individual. We examine the growing stature of the sector in full-service law firms.
22 November 2021By Melanie Newman
Are online hearings prone to abuse, or have we just not adapted properly yet? Melanie Newman reports on different family justice experiences.
15 November 2021By Rachel Rothwell
Controlling and coercive behaviour was recognised as a discrete criminal offence in 2015, but is enough being done to protect victims?
13 December 2021By Rachel Rothwell
Dominic Raab is in the market for something ‘drastic and bold’.
2021-12-09T11:25:00+00:00By I. Stephanie Boyce,
president of the Law Society
By restoring early legal advice, the justice secretary will ensure fewer family cases go to court.
6 December 2021By Max D Winthrop
Religion and Marriage Law: The Need for Reform | Russell Sandberg
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