The Big Debate: Will family court reporting lead to better decisions for children?

Derren Hayes
Thursday, June 27, 2024

Under measures introduced to improve transparency in the legal system, the media can report on cases in 16 family courts across England. Experts discuss if the changes will improve outcomes for children.

Since January, media have been able to attend hearings at 16 family courts in England as part of a pilot to improve transparency. Picture: СЕМЕН САЛИВАНЧУК/Adobe Stock
Since January, media have been able to attend hearings at 16 family courts in England as part of a pilot to improve transparency. Picture: СЕМЕН САЛИВАНЧУК/Adobe Stock

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