Welcome to The Transparency Project. We help make family law clearer.

We are a registered charity. We explain and discuss family law and family courts in England & Wales, and signpost to useful resources to help people understand the system and the law better. We work towards improving the quality, range and accessibility of information available to the public both in the press and elsewhere. We do not take on individual cases or provide legal services.

The Group

The people behind this site.
We’re transparent, you know!

TP in the Media

Media coverage and articles involving our project members

@seethrujustice on Twitter

Friday, June 23rd, 2017 at 6:56am
RT @Familoo: @leanneslaw and Emma Hitchings of @bristolunilaw have kindly written a great guest blog post about McKenzie Friends - and broa…
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Friday, June 23rd, 2017 at 6:54am
@nearlylegal @skwawkbox @skwawkbox our comment still seems to be stuck in moderation since last night. What’s the problem? @nearlylegal https://t.co/3pkJvhjCHq seethrujustice photo
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Friday, June 23rd, 2017 at 4:48am
RT @nearlylegal: Hi @skwawkbox Noticed you've not allowed the comment from @seethrujustice with info on homeless & child care. Why? https:/…
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