Government’s destruction of public funding budget takes spotlight
He charges fixed fees for help with child contact and child support
Baroness Doreen Lawrence handed out gongs at yesterday’s legal aid awards
Why has the Court of Appeal ruled a ‘very upset’ wife must stay married to a man she hasn’t lived with for two years and who allegedly behaved unreasonably towards her?
Philip Marshall QC, who represented her in the divorce battle, speaks to Legal Cheek
The boyfriend and girlfriend claimants think the law discriminates against them
When lawyers divorce: Court of Appeal sides with Cambridge law lecturer over her City solicitor ex-husband
She earns £53,000, so should he still have to pay maintenance?
Publicly funded barristers still broke, says publicly funded barrister
But the ‘Tesco wife’ doesn’t come out much better
He’s even been accused of ‘sumptionsplaining’
And he’s only in his second year
More and more care applications are being made, meaning more and more work for family lawyers
Chris Grayling’s changes to rules on domestic abuse sufferers getting legal aid don’t stand up to scrutiny