Financial Remedies Journal
Authoritative commentary and opinion on Financial Remedies, delivered by a distinguished board of experts and published as a termly Law Journal.
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The Financial Remedies Journal promotes serious and high-level debate and thought about the workings of the world of Financial Remedies, both substantively and procedurally, and inside and outside of court.
Providing you with termly authoritative commentary and opinion on Financial Remedies, the Financial Remedies Journal seeks to keep its reader informed and up-to-date.
Other regular features include interviews, 'Dispute Resolution Corner', 'Tech Corner', and a 'Money Corner'.
At last a journal has been launched to fill what seems to me to be a gross and obvious gap in the market. It has always struck me how our existing family law journals tend to treat financial remedies law and practice as the poor relation. Developments in public and private law children work, and in international children work, always seem to be given priority, bestowing on the money cases a Cinderella status. This is both understandable and at the same time surprising.
In my opinion, this is a wonderful initiative. Class Publishing has assembled an editorial team of the highest intellectual quality. They will ensure that the FRJ becomes the periodical of choice for financial remedy practitioners. I wish the project well. No doubt I will suffer a certain amount of apprehension immediately before each issue hits the stands, but that is as it should be.
Issue 1, Spring, will be published in March 2024, pre-orders for latest edition close on 26th February 2024.
The Financial Remedies Journal website is the dedicated website for everything related to financial remedies.
- The Journal articles available to read for free.
- A topical FRJ Blog lead by our Blog Editor Emily Ward.
- Instant and right up-to-date hyperlink access to a wide range of judgments in the field produced by our Case Editor, Polly Morgan.
- Immediate hyperlink access in the FRC corner to all FRC relevant guidance (national and local) as well as to the most recent version of the Standard Family Orders.
- The FRJ has also launched an innovative facility to allow for the creation of a private FDR directory under the directions of DJ Nicola Shaw.
Perfect for those who prefer print copies, an annual subscription to the Financial Remedies Journal is the ideal way to stay up to date with the latest developments in financial remedies.
With an annual subscription, you will never miss out on print copies of the latest issues or have to worry about pre-ordering.
How much is an annual subscription?
Annual subscriptions are £40 for 3 Issues.
How often are issues published?
3 times per year
When will I receive my first copy?
You will receive the next available issue following the start of your subscription. Issues are not backdated.