Some days I think that lawyers make better journalists than journalists do. Perhaps journalists would make better lawyers than lawyers do…? Cases in point: Justice: RIP?, regarding the ill informed illiberal illogical response to the way the defence was conducted in the Bellfield trial, by the awesome ex-lawyer-type @_millymoo Legal aid and the negligence of the [...]
Few people know that before becoming a prominent family judge His Honour Judge Bellamy could be found “wummaging awound in the undergwoaf” giving judgment on rainforests and the life cycle of moss and fungi. Few people know this because it is not true. (“Well, gwapple me gwapenuts!” I hear you mutter). However, it is true [...]
Further to my previous post on the passing of the Children Schools & Families Act 2010, The Times has published an article about the new provisions which is spot on: it identifies – importantly – that the new law, when it is brought into force, will in fact be more restrictive than the existing privacy rules covering [...]
Dear Sir, I would like to apologise for ”avin’ a GO’ at your esteemed publication. It may be thought unfair that I am so often critical of articles prepared by journalists writing for your newspaper, but you should draw comfort from the fact that my repeat lambasting is evidence only of my continued and regular purchase [...]
Journalism.co.uk notes an interesting issue about who will comprise the group ‘accredited media’ for the purposes of access to the family courts. Nobody seems yet to know the answer. I’d have thought it was of critical importance in terms of safeguarding privacy appropriately.