Senior judge considers the role of AI in law courts

The second most senior judge in England and Wales pondered the potential and pitfalls of AI in a recent speech at the Manchester Law Society.…

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What are the different legal routes to resolving a family dispute?

When you are going through relationship breakdown, getting the right lawyer to support your unique set of circumstances who understands your goals is crucial. Disputes…

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Transparency project extended to 16 new courts

A pilot scheme which enables direct reporting on family cases has been extended to 16 more courts. The Transparency Implementation Group Reporting Pilot or TIG…

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How to give evidence in the family court

A calm and collected approach is best when giving evidence in a family court. You are there to present your side of the story to…

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What is the difference between a family law solicitor and a barrister?

Barristers and solicitors are both lawyers but they specialise in different areas of legal practice. If you contact a law firm seeking advice you will…

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Choosing a lawyer for a Hague Convention child case

What is child abduction? The phrase ‘child abduction’ is conjures up disturbing images of menacing strangers but in reality, such crimes are rare. Children are…

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Senior judges thank the family courts

Acting on behalf of Family Division President Sir Andrew McFarlane, two senior judges have published a thank you to professionals working within the family justice…

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New power for judges to intervene in domestic abuse trials

Judges presiding over domestic abuse trials are to be given new powers to intervene in the conduct of a trial to prevent alleged victims being…

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No fault divorce on the horizon

No fault divorce will become a reality in Britain next year, the government has announced. This major change will be delivered by the Divorce, Dissolution…

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Siblings ‘should be sent back to South Africa with their mother’

The daughters of a divorced couple should return to South Africa with their mother, the High Court has ruled following a lengthy remote hearing. I…

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Rapid look at remote hearings in the family courts

A two-week consultation into the use of remote hearings in the family courts has delivered mixed results. Conducted at the request of Family Division President…

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Shroud of secrecy over fertility clinic application

In an unusual case, the relatives of an unidentified deceased person have applied to the High Court for access to records held by a British…

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