Winner of the prestigious British and Irish Association of Law Librarians (BIALL) Legal Journals Award 2017. The BIALL Award recognises and rewards excellence in legal serials publishing.Family Law
– the title of reference and record in the field of family law since 1970 – is the leading practitioner journal compiled by experts for family law professionals. The journal features the latest official guidance, in-depth case analysis and topical articles. Contents also include regular columns from the Family Law Bar Association, Resolution, The Law Society and the Association of Her Majesty's District Judges as well as news and research updates, letters and book reviews.Family Law journal
is available as either a print or online subscription.
A subscription to Family Law journal
- Personal comment from distinguished family law experts on all topical issues
- Short case reports and analysis of all important family and child law cases
- In-depth articles from leading practitioners, academics and professionals involved in the justice system
- Latest news on all key developments in family law, policy and practice
- Regular updates from the Association of District Judges, Law Society, FLBA and Resolution
- Practice Directions reproduced in full
- Other features include book reviews, letters, Resolution news and a diary of events
January  Fam Law
- Participation of vulnerable people: don’t expect fireworks - Professor Penny Cooper
- Budget November 2017: the impact for family lawyers
- Vulnerable parties and witnesses
- Publicity and financial remedy proceedings
- Maidenhead – now Middlesex: irregular divorces and the Queen’s Proctor
- Family Law Awards 2017: the results
- The View from the Bar - Rob George
- Do the vulnerable have effective access to family justice? The Honourable Mr
- Justice Cobb
- Compensation: a dead parrot or a sleeping beauty? Valentine Le Grice
- Dowry claims in England and Wales Nazia Rashid
- Negotiating faith, culture and gender in J v B and The Child AB - Susan Edwards
- The risks to litigants in person when cross-examining psychologist expert witnesses - Dr Jaime Craig
- Lasting powers of attorney v deputyship – to be or not to be making your mind up - Her Honour Nasreen Pearce and District Judge Sue Jackson
- McKenzie students – an oxymoron? Farhana Begum
- The Financial Provision Bill and the American experience- J Thomas Oldham
- Resolution’s guide to good practice in cohabitation cases - Graeme Fraser
- Practice Guidance: Standard financial and enforcement orders - Sir James Munby
- President’s Circular: Financial Remedies Courts - Sir James Munby
Dispute Resolution Update
- Working with solicitors in mediation – a mediator’s perspective - Jo Edwards, Amanda Sandys and Jamie Gaw
Transparency Project News
- Crisis in care – crisis in confidence? Lucy Reed
- Family Justice Council Debate 2017
- Complex financial remedy computation
- The Court of Protection Rules 2017 (and associated Practice Directions)
- Parental responsibility in safeguarding the right to liberty
"the principal (monthly) periodical dealing with contemporary issues"
Sir Mark Potter P (September 2008)
“widely read legal periodical amongst the district bench according to recent Bulletin survey"
Law Bulletin, Volume 21 Number 2 (Summer 2010)
Elizabeth Walsh Solicitor and MediatorCASE EDITORS
Rebecca Bailey-Harris Barrister, 1 Hare Court
; Professor Emeritus, University of Bristol
Caroline Bridge Barrister and Solicitor, High Court of New Zealand; Honorary Fellow, University of Manchester;
Gillian Douglas Professor of Law, Cardiff Law School, Cardiff UniversityCONSULTANT EDITOR
The Hon Mr Justice Stephen CobbJournals Manager
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