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13/09/2012 19:11
CAADA or 'co-ordinated action against domestic abuse' describes itself as a 'national charity supporting a strong multi-agency response to domestic abuse' according to it's website at www.caada.org.uk The other week I attended a domestic abuse training course that has been...
10/02/2012 21:25
I stumbled across The Equal Treatment Benchbook - a guide "for all judicial office-holders, in all courts and tribunals, both those who are new to the role and those with considerable experience" produced for the Judiciary of England and Wales. It's available online at...
06/01/2012 22:09
The other day I heard a short programme on BBC Radio 4 called 'The Paper Round'.  Melanie Walters reminisced about the paper round she did as a child - here is a snippet from the programme - This house, the white detached house, was my piano teacher's house. So Mrs George was the piano...
03/01/2012 22:06
The Telegraph reported today that Senior High Court Judge Sir Paul Coleridge has announced that he is launching a Marriage Foundation along with Baroness Butler-Sloss, the former President of the Family Division; Baroness Deech, a leading family academic and currently chairman of the Bar...
01/01/2012 22:40
2011 started with an important case heard in the Supreme Court (Yemshaw v London Borough of Hounslow).  The judgement was extraordinary but hardly surprising given that it was led by Lady Brenda Hale.  Brenda Hale is a self avowed feminist who has always been more than happy to mix her...

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