ALC and NYAS publish report on children’s privacy

Originally posted on Family Law on 4th November 2014.

Dr Julia Brophy (with Kate Perry and Eleanor Harrison) has published the next stage in her research on children involved in the family courts, and their confidentiality.


A review of anonymised judgments on Bailii: Children, privacy and “jigsaw identification”’published by the Association of Lawyers for Children (ALC) and the National Youth Advocacy Service (NYAS), examines the requirement that family judges publish anonymised judgments on the British and Irish Legal Information Institute (Bailii) website, to show how the family courts reach their decisions, without identifying the individual children involved.

Family Law: ALC and NYAS publish report on children’s privacy

Transparency Update: NYAS 


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