President rues inaction on family law reforms

In a speech delivered at the Law School, University of Edinburgh, the President of the Family Division, Sir James Munby has criticized the failure to progress reform of specific areas of family law. He highlighted cohabitants’ rights, no-fault divorce, financial relief after divorce, access to and reporting of family cases and the cross-examination in person by alleged perpetrators of domestic violence of their alleged victims.

For the president’s speech, click here