Liz Trinder

Liz Trinder Professor
University of Exeter

Liz Trinder joined the Law School at Exeter in September 2009 as a new Professor of Socio-Legal Studies. Previously she was a Reader in Family Studies at Newcastle University and a Senior lecturer in Social Research at the University of East Anglia.

Her areas of interest are in family law and policy and (empirical) socio-legal research.

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Reforming family justice: is the only way Essex? 25 JUL 2016

Reforming family justice: is the only way Essex?

Austerity and LASPO have proved a major threat to access to justice. They also offer a unique...

In anticipation of a temporary blip: Would a change in the divorce law increase the divorce rate? 02 DEC 2015

In anticipation of a temporary blip: Would a change in the divorce law increase the divorce rate?

The second reading of MP Richard Bacon’s No Fault Divorce Bill is expected on the 4th of...

Mind the gap: parent education programmes and the family justice system [2012] CFLQ 428 27 DEC 2012

Mind the gap: parent education programmes and the family justice system [2012] CFLQ 428

Keywords: parenting disputes; conflict; PIP; contact; parent education programme; family...