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The shaggy dog that turned out to be a woolly sheep

As long ago as April a number of lawyers began asking questions to clarify public criticisms made by John Hemming about a case dealt with in the family court. This week John Hemming has published a blog post which appears to be an(other) attempt to answer some of our...

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Should I apply for an Emergency Protection Order?

We've noticed that in a recent post the Researching Reform blog has highlighted the fact that it is possible for a parent to make an application for an Emergency Protection Order (EPO), an emergency order that is usually only made by social services to remove a child...

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The shaggy dog that turned out to be a woolly sheep

As long ago as April a number of lawyers began asking questions to clarify public criticisms made by John Hemming about a case dealt with in the family court. This week John Hemming has published a blog post which appears to be an(other) attempt to answer some of our...

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Solicitors in a state of flux

This is a guest post by Mena Ruparel. Mena (@avoidgravity) is a solicitor and co-author of "How to be an ethical solicitor" published by Bath Publishing. On 31 August the Court of Appeal handed down the judgment in the big money case of Mr and Mrs Hart. Mrs Hart...

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The most secretive court in all of Christendom…

Recent coverage of the placement of a 5 year old Christian girl with a muslim foster family that spoke no English has generated much outrage and media attention this week. But as more information emerges it is becoming clear that things are more complex and less clear...

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Monday, September 18th, 2017 at 5:38am
@thetimes It’s more a shift in emphasis than the radical rewrite that @thetimes suggests…much of this is not new at all.
Monday, September 18th, 2017 at 5:37am
@thetimes take on it is here : https://t.co/fGyjmI5sLh & our blog on earlier coverage & the draft reform is here : https://t.co/uAP9d87z7H