Sir Nicholas Wall on Privacy and Publicity in Family Courts and John Hemming’s Family Justice Bill

I would have loved to have been there when Sir Nicholas Wall spoke at Gresham College about the Privacy and Publicity in Family Courts. But the lecture was already fully booked by the time I got an email about it.

Praised be the internet once again that lets us see him here!

And praised be John Hemming MP, once again, who comments here. His Draft Bill for Family Justice is on his website here.

My general guidelines are

But then there has been enough mainstream coverage and yet nothing has changed. So I would like to know: when is enough enough???

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2 Responses to Sir Nicholas Wall on Privacy and Publicity in Family Courts and John Hemming’s Family Justice Bill

  1. Pingback: Out in 2007: Family Court Hell – 1 Father, 133 hearings and 33 judges => Fathers 4 Justice « Victims Unite!

  2. Should the Family court be used to gag the family of a victim of paedophilia in order to hide child sex crimes?
    http://bit.ly/ourNZexperience
    St John International in London last week decided to go ahead with Queen’s awards to the two serial paedophiles in their employ.

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