Raab invites ‘drastic and bold’ ideas to keep family matters out of court
3rd December 2021
Justice secretary Dominic Raab has said he wants to do something ‘drastic’ to stop up to half of family law cases reaching court.
Speaking to the justice committee of the House of Commons yesterday, Raab said cases involving safeguarding and domestic abuse, which constitute between 50% to 60% of the total, should continue to be heard by a judge.
Read the full article here: Law Gazette
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