Core Group & Staff
All our group members contribute to the comment and discussions on this website in their personal capacity.
We’ve collected together examples of where our members have appeared in the media on or around transparency or family law issues on our TP in the media page.
Non-practising family law solicitor who advises families at the Family Rights Group. Alice is one half of our Project Coordinator, and jobshares with Annie. email : firstname.lastname@example.orgAlice Twaite
Parent with experience of care proceedings. Annie runs the Surviving Safeguarding blog. Annie is one half of our Project Coordinator, and jobshares with Alice. Email : email@example.comAnnie Bertram
Non-practising solicitor, formerly a partner in a family law firm. Lectures at UEA Law School teaching adult relationships law and child law. Specialist area : finances on divorce. Writing a very long textbook.Polly Morgan
Emma is a lecturer in law at the University of Winchester. She teaches family law and child law as well as law of torts. Previously, Emma was a part-time lecturer at the University of Southampton from 2011-2014, where she is currently completing her PhD. Emma’s Expertise lie in children’s rights, Healthcare law, family law,legal aspects of sexual and reproductive health, medical ethics and bioethics.Emma Nottingham
Sarah P has been a family law barrister since 1999 and is one of the site administrators of the Child Protection Resource which aims to demystify and child protection process for parents and professionals. Sarah tweets as @SVPhillimore. Sarah was a founding member and trustee of The Transparency Project.Sarah Phillimore
Barrister at 5 Stone Buildings, specialises in Court of Protection property & affairs cases and inheritance & trusts disputes. Interested in transparency and public understanding of the law.Barbara Rich
Freelance journalist specialising in education and social affairs.Louise Tickle
Researcher and lecturer based at the University of Sussex with a particular interest in public & journalistic access to information, and specifically, access to courts & judicial data.Judith Townend
All our contributors contribute to the comment and discussions on this website in their personal capacity.
Lawyer, writer, advocate & teacher.David Burrows
Professor of Law at the University of Exeter, specialising in the law relating to marriage and cohabitationRebecca Probert
Social worker, non-practising solicitorAllan Norman
Lecturer in English Language at Birmingham City University. Research on language-related aspects of access to justice, including communication challenges of litigants in person, legal-lay interaction, readability & comprehensibility of legal information online, digital literacy & online courts, language specific issues of vulnerable & digitally deprived litigants. Other research interests include investigative interviewing & forensic linguistics.Tatiana Tkacukova