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Evaluation of family court anonymisation guidance published

Evaluation of family court anonymisation guidance published

Last month Dr Julia Brophy, Marisol Smith with Jagbir Jhutti-Johal published an evaluation of the implementation of the President of the Family Division's 2018 guidance on anonymisation of judgments. That guidance was based upon earlier work by Dr Brophy which itself...

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Court of Protection

Discharging a party in a case – without telling them why

Discharging a party in a case – without telling them why

This newly published judgment, Re P (Discharge of Party) [2021] EWCA Civ 512 is interesting because ‘It appears that this is the first case in which a special advocate has been instructed in the Civil Division of the Court of Appeal’ [para 5]. A special advocate is a...

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Care services too focused on investigating families in crisis, says review - BBC News https://t.co/OGEhUXP5zP

Thanks @BBCNews for linking readers to the now published interim report itself https://t.co/ekmlvFzttw