Blog, Writing & Teaching
My blog, Family Property, has in-depth coverage of topical subjects in family asset litigation: click on the button above to go there. I write on a wide range of topics, including transparency and openness in the family courts, mental capacity issues, and all things cohabitee. I also pick up shorter items of interest on Twitter: I would be delighted to connect with you there. Click on the Twitter button at the bottom of the page.
"Good Intentions are Not Enough: Thomson v Hirst", Family Law Week, June 2013 p.27
My discussion of an interesting case first reported briefly last year but substantially overlooked.
I usually run a course for legal practitioners once a year on recent developments in Trusts of Land matters: join my mailing list (below) to be informed of the next course. I also teach in-house courses tailored to specific requirements: contact my clerk, Kate, for further details.