Domestic abuse, child privacy and civil partnerships: The last week in family law

Weekly Family Law Update | August 29, 2017

A radical counselling scheme for some male domestic abusers cuts offending by a third, according to researchers. The two-day Cautions and Relationship Abuse (‘CARA’) workshop places first-time offenders in group discussions in which they talk about their behaviour and anger management. The results of analysis conducted by researchers from Cambridge University, Hampshire Constabulary and the […]