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Family Lore: Free Law Lectures at Gresham College

Family Lore: Free Law Lectures at Gresham College | Legal In General | Scoop.it
Blogged: Free Law Lectures at Gresham College: When Worlds Collide: The Family and the LawbyProfessor Jo Dela... https://t.co/EMPPQf6PLV
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Family Law Week: Court of Protection extends pilot testing increased access for public and media

Court of Protection extends pilot testing increased access for public and media https://t.co/n8cRHTcver
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iPhone evidence ‘could be more effective than court hearing’

iPhone evidence ‘could be more effective than court hearing’ | Legal In General | Scoop.it
HMCTS digital director Kevin Gallagher says technology is a key enabler in civil reforms.
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Is there something I should know? Disclosure and non-disclosure in the family court: Part 1

Is there something I should know? Disclosure and non-disclosure in the family court: Part 1 | Legal In General | Scoop.it
This is the first part of a two-part article about non-disclosure and the family court.
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This row over Liz Truss as lord chancellor isn’t about gender. It’s about the law | Charles Falconer

This row over Liz Truss as lord chancellor isn’t about gender. It’s about the law | Charles Falconer | Legal In General | Scoop.it
Of course it’s brilliant that Britain has a female lord chancellor. But she lacks the relevant qualifications and authority to defend the law
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Courts need ‘root-and-branch’ change

Courts need ‘root-and-branch’ change | Legal In General | Scoop.it
‘Our system is crumbling under the weight of outdated and inefficient paper-based processes,’ says Lord Justice Fulford.
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Family Lore: News Essentials: 18th July 2016

Family Lore: News Essentials: 18th July 2016 | Legal In General | Scoop.it
Blogged: News Essentials: 18th July 2016: A brief summary of the essential family law news and cases from the... https://t.co/IfcZRgrVLh
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Like I care – anonymous defamation on the internet

Like I care – anonymous defamation on the internet | Legal In General | Scoop.it
I don't write about Queen Bench Division cases very often (not least because I usually can't understand a single word of them), but this one seemed pertinent.
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How will human rights fare under new PM Theresa May? – the Round-up

How will human rights fare under new PM Theresa May? – the Round-up | Legal In General | Scoop.it
In the news Theresa May has been sworn in as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, prompting speculation about the impact her leadership will have on human rights.
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Former Solicitor-General among new ministers appointed to MoJ - Legal Futures

Former Solicitor-General among new ministers appointed to MoJ - Legal Futures | Legal In General | Scoop.it
Former Solicitor-General among new ministers appointed to MoJ: The team under new Lord Chancellor Liz Truss a... https://t.co/ZrTO0DdREI
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Local Government Lawyer - Landlord fined £20k after 28 tenants housed in seven rooms

A landlord who illegally converted a house to accommodate 28 tenants into seven rooms has been handed a £20,000 fine after enforcement action by a London council.
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Local Government Lawyer - Senior civil judge renews call for online court for claims up to £25k

Local Government Lawyer - Senior civil judge renews call for online court for claims up to £25k | Legal In General | Scoop.it
A proposal for an online court for money claims valued at up to £25,000 and "with minimum assistance from lawyers" is at the heart of Lord Justice Briggs’ final report, which was published this week.
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Shocking infographic highlights housing ‘advice deserts’

Shocking infographic highlights housing ‘advice deserts’ | Legal In General | Scoop.it
Law Society chief executive Catherine Dixon urges government to commission providers to prevent conflicts of interest.
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Ask Full Fact: Brexit in court

Ask Full Fact: Brexit in court | Legal In General | Scoop.it
We've heard a lot about legal challenges after the vote to leave the European Union. What are they about and what do they hope to achieve?
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Gay marriage begins on Isle of Man - Marilyn Stowe Blog

Gay marriage begins on Isle of Man - Marilyn Stowe Blog | Legal In General | Scoop.it
The Isle of Man's new law legalising gay marriage came into force on Friday.
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Courts can order legal costs funding in ongoing cases - Marilyn Stowe Blog

Courts can order legal costs funding in ongoing cases - Marilyn Stowe Blog | Legal In General | Scoop.it
What does a person involved in court proceedings do if they can’t afford legal representation, but their opponent has seemingly endless funds to pay for the
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Weekly Notes: legal news from ICLR – 15 July 2016

Weekly Notes: legal news from ICLR – 15 July 2016 | Legal In General | Scoop.it
This week’s roundup of legal news and events comes from Chicago, where ICLR is attending the annual meeting of the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL).
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Family Law Newsletter: 18 July 2016

Family Law Newsletter: 18 July 2016 | Legal In General | Scoop.it
The Family Law newsletter provides you with all the latest news, judgments, articles and guidance to ensure you are up to date with the latest developments and their impact on practice.
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Family Law Week: A round-up of family-related Private Members’ Bills in progress

A round-up of family-related Private Members’ Bills in progress https://t.co/uCCE9xkjGj
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Mea Culpa…but I really could not resist. Lawyers came 2nd in Great Psychopath survey. | Charon QC

Mea Culpa…but I really could not resist. Lawyers came 2nd in Great Psychopath survey. | Charon QC | Legal In General | Scoop.it
Psychologist Kevin Dutton of Oxford University’s Department of Experimental Psychology has conducted the ‘Great British Psychopath Survey’ and has discovered the top ten professions with the most psychopaths.
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This is no time for rejoicing: Erdogan is pulling Turkey towards despotism - BarristerBlogger

There has been much rejoicing in the West that the attempted military coup in Turkey has been defeated by “people power.” People of all political persuasions, it has been said, including many strongly opposed to the governing AK Party, came onto...
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Further new ministerial appointments announced on 15 July 2016 - News stories - GOV.UK

Further new ministerial appointments announced on 15 July 2016 - News stories - GOV.UK | Legal In General | Scoop.it
A number of ministerial appointments have been announced including ministers for the Home Office, DCMS, the Treasury, DfT and DWP.
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