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Family Court Reporting Watch Roundup

Correcting, clarifying or commenting on media reports of family court cases Explaining or commenting on published judgments of family court cases Highlighting other transparency news MEDIA (MIS)REPORTS OF FAMILY COURT CASES BBC News - In the last Roundup we flagged a...

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VACANCY : PROJECT CO-ORDINATOR

Closing date : noon 10 September 2018. £30,000 p.a. plus 3% pension contribution. 12 month contract. 35 h pw. Potential job share, semi-flexible hours. Work from home. About us The Transparency Project is a small charity founded in 2015 that aims to make family courts...

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VACANCY : PROJECT CO-ORDINATOR

Closing date : noon 10 September 2018. £30,000 p.a. plus 3% pension contribution. 12 month contract. 35 h pw. Potential job share, semi-flexible hours. Work from home. About us The Transparency Project is a small charity founded in 2015 that aims to make family courts...

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Final Presidential words on transparency

Sir James Munby, who retired as President of the Family Division at the end of July, has attracted a good deal of media attention over the years and has been innovative and enthusiastic about constructively engaging with the media. He was vocal as early as 2013 (in a...

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Re Nichol: an unsent text message as a valid will

UPDATE 18 October - I've added a footnote to discuss some points which have been raised in Twitter conversations following my original post. On 11 October 2017, this headline appeared on the BBC news website.  The story naturally aroused a lot of interest and...

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