We’re delighted to let you know that we have some fresh articles for you over at our Encyclopaedia on Family and The Law, and they make for excellent reading, even if we do say so ourselves.
This week we can offer you the super Glynne Davies’ explanation of what a SPIP is and how it works, definitely worth a read if you’re interested in parenting programmes.
We also have not one, but three articles written by Gill Phillips, who is the Director of Editorial Legal Services, over at The Guardian newspaper. Gill has chosen to write about media reporting and the family courts. Her first article focuses on the family courts and the reporting of criminal cases involving children. It’s a must-read.
Gill’s second article looks at the developments in the family courts surrounding the reporting restrictions and media reporting generally. Her final piece is a snapshot of the developments surrounding applications for anonymity in cases involving settlements of medical negligence claims.
All wonderful articles, all worthy of a peak. Enjoy….