The president's final public law working group (PLWG) report is out and calls for an urgent review of legal aid for parents
With women increasingly choosing technology-aided methods of conception, Hollie Orgee examines whether our fertility laws are fit for purpose
Commission proposes sweeping reforms to modernise laws governing wedding formalities.
With a little self-confidence and forward-thinking, young family lawyers can survive the isolation of lockdown lawyering, says Marilyn Stowe
Remote hearings cannot replicate a court room but they do the next best thing, says Emma Nash
There is scope for significant reform to cohabitation law if only we looked to other countries, as Julian Hawkhead explains
Edward Cooke explains why family law professionals must embrace training opportunities to meet new digital challenges
The president of the Family Division has made clear that longer court hours are not sustainable long-term, and normal sitting hours are 10.00am to 4.30pm
A £413m government investment into the family courts and tribunals, boost court capacity and support victims of crime, has been announced by the chan
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