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Anne Barlow
Professor of Family Law and Policy, University of Exeter
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Jess Mant Feb 12
Trying to explain how to write a well-structured argument in an essay to students just starting out in their law degree is surprisingly hard. Until today, when a student said: ‘It’s kind of like a Mexican wave. But with words, and an end?’
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Donna Crowe-Urbaniak Feb 7
It’s great that the message is getting out there!
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Lauren Bravo Feb 7
Big thanks everyone who helped with this, especially , and the LTUs who shared their own stories.
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Anne Barlow Feb 7
Great news for popular reach of research message but also aiming for serious debate in Modern Law Review next!
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Anne Barlow Feb 6
OMG quite horrifying how relatively recent that is (though before my time FYI). How subconsciously embedded are such views still in some relationships though, today?
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graeme fraser Feb 4
Progress confirmed for equalising civil partnerships but only cohabitation reform will deliver true protection for the unmarried on relationship breakdown Legalising civil partnerships for all will ensure the law reflects Britain today | News | The Times
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Anne Barlow Feb 1
Absolutely one to watch...
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Peter Dunne Jan 31
Really grateful to receive, with Dr Maria Moscati of , funding from to research the voice of young people on gender recognition reform. Looking forward to working with partners, like , as part of the project!
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OGR Stock Denton Jan 24
This week is At OGR Stock Denton, we understand that can fall out and want to highlight how the use of mediation can help resolve a dispute. For tailored advice, please get in touch with our family law experts at:
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OGR Stock Denton Jan 23
Peter Martin - Head of at OGR Stock Denton has featured in an article on website today discussing the Read the full article at
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Anne Barlow Jan 24
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graeme fraser Jan 23
This blog on yesterday’s new common law marriage myth statistics is well worth a read. It succinctly describes the current situation and what needs to be done to improve the law and public awareness of an issue affecting 3.3M couples and their families 👇
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Professor Vanessa Munro Jan 22
Take note family law students - I will be saying more about this in Week 10 😊
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graeme fraser Jan 22
Its time for the government to grasp the nettle and introduce at least basic legal rights for cohabitants. Please see my comments for today in light of the new statistics released today on the Common Law Marriage Myth.
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ChildhoodBereavement Jan 22
Yes, this myth is so stubborn. Huge impact still on bereaved children who miss out on bereavement benefits for the family if parents weren't married, despite Supreme Court ruling back in August
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ChildhoodBereavement Jan 22
This is why we're so concerned that bereavement benefits system STILL doesn't recognise grieving unmarried cohabiting parents and their children
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Anne Barlow Jan 22
This blog is so important! We need to get the issue debated and taken seriously by couples and policy makers, after shockingly little change in legal awareness among public and those living together.
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Anne Barlow Jan 22
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