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Sir Andrew McFarlane's 'call for evidence'

Sir Andrew McFarlane, The President of the Family Division, is undertaking a review of the current arrangements which regulate access by journalists and the public to, and the reporting of, information concerning proceedings in the Family Court (‘the Transparency Review’).

  • The President has invited a small panel to assist him in this task.

    The panel members are:

    • Dr Eia Asen (consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist)
    • Anthony Douglas CBE (former chief executive of CAFCASS)
    • Clare Dyer (former Legal Editor of The Guardian)
    • Nicola Shaw CBE (Executive Director of National Grid).

    The President has today issued a 'Call for Evidence' inviting any person or agency who wishes to submit evidence, advice or other material for consideration within the Transparency Review.

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News, published: 04/02/2020


Published: 04/02/2020


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