Expert opinions in family courts must be open to objective scrutiny – The Times

Posted September 28th, 2009 in news by sally

“After decades of obsessive secrecy, supposedly to protect the interests of vulnerable children, the family courts will be required to open their doors a few centimetres wider as the Minister of Justice builds on rules introduced earlier this year that allowed some degree of media access but limited rights for them to report their observations.”

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The Times, 28th September 2009