Litigants In Person: Deep impact

In the conclusion to a two-part analysis Zoë Fleetwood looks further at the impact of a lack of representation in family proceedings post-LASPO ‘There will be many cases where an applicant will not meet the new residence test and therefore, inevitably, an even greater number of litigants in person before the courts.’ The first part …
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Cases Referenced

  • Airey v Ireland [1979] ECHR 3
  • Q v Q [2014] EWFC 7
  • Re C (a child) (prohibited steps order: procedural irregularities) [2013] EWCA Civ 1412
  • Re R (a child) (care proceedings: welfare analysis of changed circumstances) [2014] EWCA Civ 597