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Family Law Journal

Family Law journal is the leading practitioner journal compiled by experts for family law professionals. The journal features the latest official guidance's, in-depth case analysis and topical articles.

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Why should you subscribe to Family Law journal

 

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 guidances, 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 is available as either a print or online (as part of LexisLibrary) subscription. A subscription to Family Law provides:

  • 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
  • 12 issues a year

 

"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)

 

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Table of contents

September 2019 Volume 49 Pages 973–1088

  • The family court in an era of austerity: problems and priorities - Sir James Munby
  • The child and medical treatment: the chance to live, or to die with dignity? - Prof Jo Delahunty QC
  • Some scenarios on the numerical implications of the proposed new divorce reform legislation for England and Wales - John Haskey FAcSS, AKC
  • A New Pathway to Domestic Surrogacy (Building Families Through Surrogacy: A New Law: The Law Commission’s Joint Consultation Paper) - Mary Welstead
  • Cryptocurrency has changed the world forever and financial remedy practitioners need to know how - Byron James
  • Fabricated or induced illness – a short practical guide for practitioners - Sarah Phillimore
  • This culture must change - Louise Tickle
  • Best practice when acting for trustees - Claire Gordon, Farrer & Co