XX v Whittington: Another nail in the coffin for the Surrogacy Act?
Bar student Callum Reid-Hutchings analyses Lady Hale's last ruling
Why we need to reform the archaic law of surrogacy
It has remained fundamentally unaltered for over 30 years
Does the law adequately protect victims of domestic abuse?
The government should devote more resources to legal aid for victims, says Warwick law student Rodney Dzwairo
Benefits for widows case: A progressive decision by the Supreme Court
Landmark ruling could allow an unmarried mother-of-four to claim a widowed parent's allowance
Is now the time to end the divorce ‘blame game’?
Supreme Court decision in Owens v Owens rasies important questions
Owens v Owens: Has the time finally come for a ‘no-fault divorce’ system?
Wife must remain in unhappy marriage, Supreme Court rules this week
Top family judge’s plan to introduce a new divorce court is an excellent idea that the media has failed to grasp
Misleading headlines about financial remedies
Is Brexit the reason we don’t have a no-fault divorce law?
The law as it is leaves a lot to be desired