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Our Family team is pleased to frequently contribute to the Family Law Journal, a leading publication for family law professionals. See below a copy of our contribution to each monthly edition. Please note all content was originally published in the Family Law Journal.

Our Family team also contributes articles for publication on the Family Law online "News & Comment" section. Our publications can also be found in the drop-downs below. 


  • Published in the May issue of Family Law Journal:
    "Nimble evolution is the lifeblood of international family law" Simon Bruce and Alfred Ip, Hugill & Ip Solicitors. Click here to read.

  • Published online under the news and comment section:
    "COVID-19, reporting of family law decisions and the family courts: a public disinfectant?" Simon Bruce and Jack VerdanClick here to read.

  • Volume 49 – Pages 1363-1500
    Comment and opinion: “Non-disclosure agreements / confidentiality agreements in family law – a practitioner’s story”, Simon Bruce. Click here to read.
    Best Practice: “Coming off the court record” Claire Gordon & Kelly Merris. Click here to read.

  • Volume 49 – Pages 1227-1362
    Best Practice: “From bedpost to impost” Simon Bruce & Charlotte Black. Click here to read.

  • Volume 49 – Pages 1089-1226
    Best Practice: “Best practice when advising on a relocation case” Sarah Hutchinson. Click here to read.

  • Volume 49 – Pages 973-1088
    “Best Practice when acting for trustees” Claire Gordon. Click here to read.

  • Volume 49 – Pages 847-972
    Best Practice: “Lawyers’ correspondence in Family Law” written by Simon Bruce. Click here to read.

If you require further information about anything covered in this briefing, please contact Simon Bruce, or your usual contact at the firm on +44 (0)20 3375 7000.

This publication is a general summary of the law. It should not replace legal advice tailored to your specific circumstances.

© Farrer & Co LLP, April 2020

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"COVID-19, reporting of family law decisions and the family courts: a public disinfectant?" 

April 2020

In a rather shocking judgment a Miami court has just ordered that Theresa Greene, an emergency room doctor, will temporarily lose her joint custody of her four-year-old child due to her working with Coronavirus patients.  Click here to read commentary from our experts Simon Bruce and Jack Verdan .

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