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An interesting judgment about reporting restrictions

This post is about a case called : A and B (Children) [2018] EWHC 3491 (Fam) (20 December 2018). In this case the recently retired President of the Family Division Sir James Munby had to deal with an application for reporting restriction orders arising from care...

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Journalists and legal bloggers sitting in a row

Yesterday I had a commitment in London and determined to do a bit of legal blogging whilst in town. I had skim-read the lists for the Family Division and Court of Appeal at the Royal Court of Justice before getting on the train, and planned to make my way there to...

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Legal blogging – a day in Cardiff Family Court

L Earlier this month, I had my first opportunity to attend the Family Court under the legal blogging pilot, Practice Direction 36J. I’d had some correspondence with the judges in the court nearest to me, Cardiff (which hears cases from numerous local authority areas...

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International Online Courts Forum: what we learned

“More than 150,000 people benefited from online justice in 2018”, according to a press release last week from HM Courts & Tribunals Service. Of these, more than 23,000 made applications using the new online divorce portal launched to the public in April 2018, and...

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