Transparency Project: Family Court Reporting Watch – Weekly Round-Up, No. 15

21 02 2017

round-up-courtesy-flickr-lauri-heikkinen-1080x675The purpose of this update is to correct, clarify and comment on media reports of family court cases, to explain and comment on published Judgments of family cases and to highlight other transparency news. Read the rest of this entry »





Transparency Project: Family Court Reporting Watch – Weekly Round-Up, No. 14

16 02 2017

round-up-courtesy-flickr-lauri-heikkinen-1080x675The purpose of this update is to correct, clarify and comment on media reports of family court cases, to explain and comment on published Judgments of family cases and to highlight other transparency news. Read the rest of this entry »





How can justice be “seen to be done” in an online system? – Penelope Gibbs

14 02 2017

rehabilitation-of-offendersThe government is proceeding hell for leather with online justice both in the civil and criminal spheres. This week it published a response to its consultation on aspects of the “Transforming Summary Justice” programme.  Read the rest of this entry »





Transparency Project, Reporting Watch: Re X – a trade off between privacy and anonymity?

12 02 2017

masksbygetdownonflickr-1024x675Two judgments have recently been published by Mr Justice Bodey in a financial remedy case. The case is interesting in terms of the law around financial remedies, and from a transparency perspective. Read the rest of this entry »





Transparency Project: Family Court Reporting Watch – Weekly Round-Up, No.13

10 02 2017

round-up-courtesy-flickr-lauri-heikkinen-1080x675The purpose of this update is to correct, clarify and comment on media reports of family court cases, to explain and comment on published Judgments of family cases and to highlight other transparency news.
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Transparency Project: Family Court Reporting Watch – Weekly Round-Up

5 02 2017

round-up-courtesy-flickr-lauri-heikkinen-1080x675The purpose of this update is to correct, clarify and comment on media reports of family court cases, to explain and comment on published Judgments of family cases and to highlight other transparency news.
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Spent Convictions in the law of Privacy and Data Protection: Part Two – Aidan Wills

3 02 2017

rehabIn Part 1 of this post I looked at “spent convictions” in the context of the law of privacy. The other important legal perspective on such convictions is that of the law of data protection. Read the rest of this entry »