Welcome to another Monday; the winds of change are certainly billowing through the narrow streets of Britain and the corridors of the family justice system, and whilst we hope boats gets rocked a little in this storm, we very much hope nothing gets tipped over before the calm sets in.

Our question this week focuses on the Judiciary. As the system gets set to publish more judgments than ever before, we ask about the judges who sit inside the family justice system.

Our question is simple: do we have the right to know more about our judges, the way they think, their backgrounds, and even their voting records, to create a level of transparency inside the system which treats all professionals as equal, or should they remain impersonal, distant figures who are to be judged purely on the merit of their work?