Family courts increasingly hit by cuts as cases are adjourned
Andrew Powell considers the ongoing effects of financial cuts to the justice system, focusing in particular on the increase in adjournments of Family Court cases due to a lack of available judges.
Important Lessons to be Learned from BT and GT (Children: Twins – Adoption)  EWFC 76
David Bedingfield analyses the judgment of Keehan J in BT and GT (Children: Twins—Adoption)  EWFC 76 and highlights the lessons to be learned for all child care professionals and lawyers.
Family Mediation: Piercing the cloak of confidentiality
Deborah Eaton QC, 1 King's Bench Walk, Hassan Khan, 4 Paper Buildings and Mark Irving, Harbottle & Lewis examine whether mediation agreements are always susceptible to privilege, following Mr Justice Williams’s judgment in BL v TC & OD  EWHC 3363.