How the author of this blog did not receive the award for family law commentary in 2013 I do not know. It is the blog to read about public law proceedings. I don't quite know how he manages it but it is on occasions laugh out loud funny.
My co-editor Lucy Reed's blog has now been going for some time but remains interesting and entertaining and all the better for being grounded on her practice as a barrister
John Bolch - the uncrowned king of the family law internet - without whom I would not be blogging - always up to the minute - covering public & private law children & divorce & money, domestic violence. Your one stop shop.
Marilyn Stowe Blog: Where Family Law Meets Family Life
Now with added John Bolch! Marilyn tends to focus on divorce and money but occasionally comments on children matters. Always worth reading.
Natasha Phillips has been writing her blog since 2008 and is committed to generate debate and reform to improve the family justice system. She is also busy generating the Encyclopaedia of Family Law as a free online resource & has managed to persuade a number of great people to contribute (including me!). I will let you know when it is up & running.
My own blog aimed at family members - just been revived - mainly good for comedy at the moment.
Good for news stories including from the US. A number of firms of solicitors provide content.
Family Lawyers' blogs with useful content - occasional comments on cases & news stories
Pannone Family Law Blog
Kingsley Napley Family Law Blog
Emma's Family Law Blog
Garden Court Chambers Family Law Blog
Porter Dodson Fertility & Parenting Law
Family Law Matters Scotland
If you know of or write a good one I have missed please add a comment.
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